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Summary Venue(s) Troupe(s) People Date Happened Date Recorded
Plays are to be censored by a committee ... ... Brooke, William, Baron Cobham; Cecil, William, Baron Burghley; Hatton , Christopher; Howard, Charles, Earl of Nottingham; Martin, Richard; Perrott, John; Sackville, Thomas, Baron Buckhurst; Tilney, Edmund; Walsingham, Francis; Whitgift, John ... From: 12 November 1589
John Lyly and Thomas Nashe reputedly write libellous plays ... ... Lyly, John; Nashe, Thomas ... From: 5 November 1589
Dekker places the player John Bentley among a company of playwrights ... ... Atchelow, Thomas; Bentley, John; Dekker, Thomas; Greene, Robert; Kyd, Thomas; Marlowe, Christopher; Nashe, Thomas; Peele, George; Watson, Thomas undated From: 1607
Queen's Men are formed; Tarlton and Wilson are founding players ... Queen's Men Tarlton, Richard; Walsingham, Francis; Wilson, Robert From: 1583 From: 1615
The Lady's Elizabeth's Men are licensed to play ... Lady Elizabeth's Men Moore, Joseph; Stuart, Elizabeth From: 27 April 1611 From: 27 April 1611
Players given livery cloth for King James's royal entrance to London ... King's Men (1603-1625); Prince Henry's Men; Queen Anne's Men Alleyn, Edward; Armin, Robert; Beeston, Christopher; Beeston, Robert; Bird, William; Burbage, Richard; Cowley, Richard; Downton, Thomas; Duke, John; Fletcher, Lawrence; Greene, Thomas; Heminges, John; Heywood, Thomas; Holt, James; Hunninges, William; Jeffes, Humphrey; Jeffes, Anthony; Juby, Edward; Kirkham, Edmund; Lee, Robert; Massey, Charles; Pakenham, Edmund; Pallant, Robert; Perkins, Richard; Phillips, Augustine; Rowley, Samuel; Shakespeare, William; Slye, William; Swinnerton, Thomas; Tilney, Edmund; Towne, Thomas From: 15 March 1604 From: early 1604
Queen Anne's Men are given black livery cloth for her funeral procession ... Queen Anne's Men Basse, Thomas; Beeston, Christopher; Blaney, John; Cumber, John; Daniel, Samuel; Drewe, Thomas; Edmonds, John; Heywood, Thomas; Holt, James; Killigrew, Robert; Lee, Robert; Pallant, Robert; Perkins, Richard; Robbins, William; Sanderson, Gregory; Slatier, Martin; Swinnerton, Thomas; Worth, Ellis From: 13 May 1619 From: circa May 1619
Prince Henry's Men are granted livery for Prince Henry's funeral ... Prince Henry's Men Bird, William; Colborne, Edward; Downton, Thomas; Drew, John; Grace, Francis; Hilder, Anthony; Jeffes, Humphrey; Jeffes, Anthony; Juby, Edward; Massey, Charles; Parr, William; Price, William; Price, William; Rowley, Samuel; Shank, John (II); Stratford, William; Towne, Thomas From: 8 November 1612 From: before 8 November 1612
The King's Men and Prince Charles' Men are allowed cloth to wear in King James' funeral procession ... King's Men (1603-1625); Prince Charles' Men (c1609-1625) Benfield, Robert; Birch, George; Carpenter, William; Condell, Henry; Hamlen, Robert; Heminges, John; Herbert, Henry; Hobbes, Thomas; Horne, James; Lowin, John; Newton, John; Penn, William; Perkins, Richard; Pollard, Thomas; Reason, Gilbert; Rice, John; Robinson, Richard; Rowley, William; Shank, John (II); Sharpe, Richard; Smith, Anthony; Stafford, Alexander; Swanston, Elliard; Taylor, Joseph; Vernon, George; Wilson, George; Witton, John From: 7 May 1625 From: 20 May 1625
Queen Henrietta Maria's Men are granted livery ... Queen Henrietta Maria's Men Beeston, Christopher; Sackville, Edward, Earl of Dorset From: 19 June 1629 From: 19 June 1629
Queen Henrietta Maria's Men are granted livery ... Queen Henrietta Maria's Men Allen, William From: 20 November 1630 From: 20 November 1630
Sir John Wentworth arrested by Christopher Beeston, released by the Lord Chamberlain ... ... Beeston, Christopher; Sackville, Edward, Earl of Dorset; Small, ; Wentworth, John From: before 2 February 1631 From: 2 February 1631
Several players are sworn in as Prince Charles' Men ... Prince Charles' Men (1631-1642) Bond, Thomas; Browne, William (III); Cane, Andrew; Fowler, Richard; Gradwell, Henry; Hall, William; Plumfield, Thomas; Smith, Mathew; Sneller, James; Stutville, George; Worth, Ellis From: May 1632 From: 10 May 1632 To: 15 May 1632
George Stuteville is sworn in as a player for Prince Charles' Men ... Prince Charles' Men (1631-1642) Stutville, George From: June 1632 From: 1 June 1632
Queen Henrietta Maria's Men are granted livery ... Queen Henrietta Maria's Men ... From: 5 December 1632 From: 5 December 1632
Queen Henrietta Maria's Men are granted livery ... Queen Henrietta Maria's Men Beeston, Christopher From: 16 December 1634 From: 16 December 1634
Several players are sworn in as Prince Charles' Men ... Prince Charles' Men (1631-1642) Bankes, William; Cooke, William; Hamerton, Henry; Kirke, John From: 12 December 1635 From: 12 December 1635
Three men are ordered to be apprehended for wrongful arrest ... ... Beeston, Christopher; Beeston, George From: before 28 May 1638 From: 28 May 1638
Queen Henrietta Maria's Men granted livery cloth ... Queen Henrietta Maria's Men Perkins, Richard From: 20 December 1638 From: 20 December 1638
Hired men of Prince Charles' company are protected by law ... Prince Charles' Men (1631-1642) Earle, John; Honyman, Richard; Lancaster, Sylvester; Nore, Roger From: 25 April 1640 From: 25 April 1640
Queen Henrietta Maria's Men granted livery cloth ... Queen Henrietta Maria's Men Feilding, William; Perkins, Richard; Turner, Anthony From: 8 January 1641 From: 8 January 1641
The King and Queen of Bohemia's Men may perform without legal restraint ... King and Queen of Bohemia's Men ... From: 13 December 1630 From: 13 December 1630
William Crome petitions the Lord Chamberlain against Prince Charles' Men ... Prince Charles' Men (1631-1642) Bond, Thomas; Bond, Thomas; Browne, William (III); Cooke, William; Cooke, William; Crome, William; Gradwell, Henry; Hall, William; Sneller, James From: before 10 December 1632 From: 10 December 1632
William Crome petitions the Lord Chamberlain against Prince Charles' Men and is answered ... Prince Charles' Men (1631-1642) Crome, William From: before 21 December 1632 From: 21 December 1632
The Lord Chamberlain forbids the printing of plays without permission from the playing companies ... Beeston's Boys; King's Men (1625-1642) Beeston, Christopher; Herbert, Philip, 1st Earl Montgomery; Lowin, John; Taylor, Joseph From: 17 June 1637 From: 10 June 1637
Privy Council allows Queen Henrietta Maria's Men to resume playing after the plague ... Queen Henrietta Maria's Men Stuart, Charles From: 24 September 1637 From: 24 September 1637
Privy Council allows Beeston's company to resume playing following the plague ... Beeston's Boys Beeston, Christopher From: 17 September 1637 From: 17 September 1637
Members of the Red Bull company are licensed to begin a children's company ... Queen Anne's Men; Red Bull (Revels) Company (1619-c1623) Basse, Thomas; Blaney, John; Cumber, John; Lee, Robert; Perkins, Richard; Robbins, William; Worth, Ellis From: 8 July 1622 From: 8 July 1622
Queen Anne's Men perform 'Nobody and Somebody' ... Queen Anne's Men ... To: before 12 March 1606 From: after 12 March 1606
'A Whip for an Ape' advises ecclesiastical authorities to let John Laneham satirize Martin Marprelate ... ... Laneham, John From: circa 1589 From: circa 1589
Tobacco, wine and beer are the common fare of playhouses ... ... ... From: before 1633 From: 1633
'The Honest Man's Fortune' is relicensed to the King's Men ... King's Men (1603-1625) Beaumont, Francis; Field, Nathan; Fletcher, John; Herbert, Henry; Sidney, Philip; Taylor, Joseph From: 8 February 1625 From: 8 February 1625
'Shank's Ordinary' is licensed to the King's Men ... King's Men (1603-1625) Herbert, Henry; Shank, John (II) From: 16 March 1624 From: 16 March 1624
Massinger's 'Minerva's Sacrifice' is licensed for the King's Men ... King's Men (1625-1642) Herbert, Henry; Massinger, Philip From: 3 November 1629 From: 3 November 1629
'The Foolish Ambassador' is licensed to the King's Men ... King's Men (1603-1625) Herbert, Henry From: 18 October 1623 From: 18 October 1623
Fletcher's 'The Devil of Dowgate' is licensed to the King's Men ... King's Men (1603-1625) Fletcher, John; Herbert, Henry From: 17 October 1623 From: 17 October 1623
'The Masque' is licensed to the Palsgrave's Men ... Palsgrave's Men Herbert, Henry From: 11 November 1624 From: 11 November 1624
'The Black Lady' is licensed to Lady Elizabeth's Men ... Lady Elizabeth's Men Astley, John From: 10 May 1622 From: 10 May 1622
Shirley's 'The Politique Father' is licensed to the King's Men ... King's Men (1625-1642) Herbert, Henry; Shirley, James From: 26 May 1641 From: 26 May 1641
A revised 'The Night Walker' is licensed to Queen Henrietta Maria's Men ... Queen Henrietta Maria's Men Fletcher, John; Herbert, Henry From: 11 May 1633 From: 11 May 1633
Massinger's 'The Great Duke of Florence' is licensed to Queen Henrietta Maria's Men ... Queen Henrietta Maria's Men Herbert, Henry; Massinger, Philip From: 5 July 1627 From: 5 July 1627
W. R. writes an epitaph for Thomas Greene ... Queen Anne's Men Greene, Thomas From: 1612 From: 1614
Dekker's 'The Honest Whore' is revived by Queen Henrietta Maria's Men ... Queen Henrietta Maria's Men ... From: before 1635 From: 1635
Prince Henry's Men perform Dekker's 'The Whore of Babylon' ... Prince Henry's Men ... From: before 20 April 1607 From: 1607
Prince Henry's Men perform Day's 'The Blind Beggar of Bednal Green' ... Prince Henry's Men ... From: 1600 From: 1659
The Lord Chamberlain's Men perform Jonson's 'Every Man in his Humour' ... Chamberlain's Men (1596-1603) ... From: 1598 From: 1616
The Lord Chamberlain's Men perform Jonson's 'Every Man out of his Humour' ... Chamberlain's Men (1596-1603) ... From: 1599 From: 1616
Gabriel Spencer and Robert Shaw are released from prison ... ... Shaw, Robert; Spencer, Gabriel From: 2 October 1597 From: 2 October 1597
Humphrey Jeffes is buried at St Giles, Cripplegate ... ... Jeffes, Humphrey From: before 21 August 1618 From: 21 August 1618
Humphrey Jeffes' daughter is baptized ... ... Jeffes, Humphrey; Jeffes, Mary From: 25 January 1601 From: 25 January 1601


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