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Documentos para la Historia del Teatro Español


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The CDT presents a research project that seeks innovation in its format and contents: thousands of digitalized documents (press, photos, videos, posters…) arranged in sections for easy access to accurately and attractively unfold the history of our theatre over the past seventy years.

Documents for the History of Spanish theatre is a research project which wishes to bring together all theatre lovers, and of course, researchers, students and scholars, who will find necessary details for their works, and also past and present professionals of the stage, who will find, step by step, the immediate historical roots of their profession, similarly to journalists and critics, who will obtain reliable sources for their work. Without forgetting theatre lovers, who will find the footprint of so many legendary names, and so many anecdotes instilled in memories, just like an old family photo album,

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