What Is Experimental Theatre?

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Experimental theatre is a general term referring to various movements especially in Western theatre which began in the 20th century as a reaction against the then dominant conventional theatre. They sought to go against the rules governing the writing and production of drama or theatre especially naturalism.
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The experimental theatre is a usually a general term for several movements in the Western theatre that is said to have began in the late 19th century. the acceptable conventions for the writing and production of plays at that time was pretty narrow and leaned heavily towards naturalism, which strives to mirror reality in the style of acting, dialogue, costuming, and sets.
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