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Published on Feb 11, 2007
A pan-around of Shakespeare's (reconstructed) Globe Theatre in London. We were groundlings, standing on the floor immediately in front of the stage. (Besides being cheaper, it's also quite a unique experience in itself!) This is where, in the 16th century, the peasants watched the show; those with more money sat in the seats encircling the stage. The show that night was the "Comedy of Errors." The only thing really spoiling the experience was the inevitable airplanes flying overhead.