Definition of Edward Alleyn from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

Edward Alleyn

 
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(1566-1626) an English actor, famous for his performances in plays by Marlowe, while his great rival Richard Burbage (c. 1567-1619) acted in Shakespeare's plays. He owned the Rose Theatre, and provided the money to establish Dulwich College.