In 1989, archaeological excavations were begun at the theatre's site. Since 2007, part of the site has also been used as a performance space.
The Rose in "We Haven't Got There Yet"Edit
The Rose became the venue of an acting troupe that had been transported from 2066 back to 1606. Here they staged the various plays they knew, including Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead and Waiting for Godot. William Shakespeare himself attended these performances. He didn't think much of The Rose, however.