Susan Croft on feminist theatre in the 1970s

In December of last year I met up with Susan Croft, the co-curator of Unfinished Histories, a hugely inspirational project that documents the history of alternative theatre from the 1960s to the 1980s.

In the below audio clip Susan talks about the early days of feminist theatre in the 1970s, and how that changed as the decade went on. She also discusses why theatre is a useful medium for feminist activists.

Susun Croft On 1970s Feminist Theatre by DeborahM

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