Timeline of twentieth-century theatre

The following timeline of twentieth-century theatre offers a year-by-year account of the performance and publication of notable works of drama and significant events in the history of theatre during the 20th century. Musical theatre works are excluded from the list below.


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Poster by Oskar Kokoschka advertising the première of his play

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