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Folger Theatre reopens this fall, with the rest of the building to follow in 2024. Learn about the building renovation and start planning your visit.
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Fauna: 1 female ring-necked pheasant, 2 male ring-necked pheasants
Flora: Food sources: blackberry, gooseberry, grapes, maize; nesting materials: grass
Objects: 16 pheasant eggs, 13 pheasant feathers, 4 pieces of cutlery with carved ivory handles depicting Edward IV, Richard III, Henry VIII, Elizabeth I (c. 1607)
Plants mentioned by Shakespeare: Blackberry, gooseberry, grapes, grass
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