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This short piece is based on a reading of James Moran's 'Reflections of the first onstage protest at the Royal National Theatre &c' published in STP, Volume 32, Number 1 (2012). It looks in some detail at the exact nature of the protest from the perspective of someone who was actually
present at the event, and offers some tentative connected thoughts about the way in which theatrical histories can sometimes be constructed.
Studies in Theatre and Performance is a peer-reviewed journal which fosters a progressive forum to explore the nuances of theatre practice. The journal provides a critical scope to include other related disciplines in its scrutiny of the stage, exploring the interplay between performance, audience and dramatic practice.