Burbage



Richard, 1567?–1619, English actor and associate of Shakespeare.
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noun
James. ?1530–97, English actor and theatre manager, who built (1576) the first theatre in England
his son, Richard. ?1567–1619, English actor, associated with Shakespeare

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