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Stages in the Revolution

Stages in the Revolution was first published in 1982 and remains one of the most important studies of the growth of what it describes in a subtitle as ‘political theatre in in Britain since 1968’. Together with 1980’s Dreams and Deconstructions (edited by Sandy Craig) it paints an intimate portrait of important developments in British theatre that held out the promise of escapes from what many of its participants regarded as a sclerotic established theatre that chose to ignore significant changes in the social and political status quo.
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