Power to the People: Experimental Theatre in the 1960s

A number of sub-cultures, all characterised by some form of reaction against the customs and mores which had predominated since the end of the Second World War (and indeed a good deal longer) began to take distinctive shape around the years 1958-59 in all of the Western nations. These sub-cultures expanded, interlinked with, and absorbed, each other, so that by the early 1970s the cultures of the Western nations, and indeed of the West as a whole, had been transformed.

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