What might stand in the way of a woman during the Elizabethan Age who wants to see a production at the theater?

It would be too expensive for her to afford.

Her reputation could be ruined by certain people who thought attending the theater was a sin for women.

She could only come into the theater as an actress because women were not allowed in the audience.

Poor people were not allowed in the theater district of London.

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These would actually all apply to a certain degree. If I must choose one it would be that her reputation could be ruined (remember though, women were INVITED to attend plays commissioned by royalty).