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What were audiences like during the time of Elizabethan theater? A. Audiences were stoic. B. Audiences were uninterested. C. Audiences were interactive and could be rowdy. D. Audiences were
quiet and usually mild-mannered.
Elizabethan audiences were C)Audiences were interactive and could be rowdy
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