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Social theater and engaged theater are two denominations, among others, that gained shape in the midst of a heated debate that took place throughout the 19th century and was consolidated in the 20th century. Its point of convergence was in the relationship between theater and politics or even between theater and propaganda. For the English critic Eric Bentley, political theater refers to both the theatrical text and to when, where and how it is performed. This article approaches the subject ofdoi:10.5965/1414573101262016169 fatcat:i7er22e6sjcf7jzcvj3opcs2pq