French Theater: During and After 1789 Revolution

The church was always the enemy of the theater, having constantly persecuted the acting profession for nearly two centuries.

Indeed, the names of the actors were not included in the printed announcements until 1789.

The noticesĀ  of the Theatre de Monsieur were reportedly the first to adopt the practice of including names.

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