"Long view of Southwark",1644, 2nd Globe

**eThemes Resource: Shakespeare: The Globe Theatre**
These sites cover the history and architecture of the old Globe Theatre and the new reconstructed one. You can take virtual tours using 3D models and VR images. There is also information about Elizabethan and Jacobean theatre. Includes a link to an eThemes Resource on Shakespeare
The Globe Theatre
From the Shakespeare Resource Centre site, it includes a sketch that de Witt made of the Globe Theatre in 1596.
Absolute Shakespeare
Learn historical facts about the theatre, including the building process, the first play, the cost, famous actors, etc.

Shakespreare’s England - The Globe
Read a brief history of the Globe Theatre.
Shakespeare Globe Center (USA)
Information about the architecture of the new Globe Theatre. The site includes some diagrams and illustrations
BBC Elizabethan Theatre
An interactive site that introduces what Elizabethan and Jacobean Theatre was like in the 16th century. Topics include the Globe Theatre, boy actors, stage costume, acting, staging conventions and the audience. NB: The "Talk" link leads to message boards.
The Elizabethan Theatres
Learn about the architecture of Elizabethan theatres and performances and actors of that time period.
William Shakespeare - Shakespeare's Globe Theater (eNotes)

A text sites that allows you to read about the history of the Globe Theatre. This is site offers a "Printable Version" and advice on how to cite it in a bibliography.
**GlobeLink - Shakespeare's Globe**

An educational resource for learning about and teaching Shakespeare. It includes a virtual tour of the Globe theatre, information on theatre productions, actors and performance, and commentary.