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Under Oliver Cromwell’s Puritan dictatorship, the theaters were forced to close to improve moral hygiene. A ban on theaters in Connecticut imposed in 1800 stayed on the books until 1952.
Partly out of a desire develop a wartime economy, partly out of disdain for the grubbiness of the stage, the first Continental Congress in 1774 proclaimed, “We will, in our several stations …