A theater in the first days of the revolution

The conditions of Iran’s theater in the years between 1320 and 1322 have been called into question by a number of researchers because of the extent of stage performances and the growth of theater (the stage era). This era is memorable because of the audience’s acceptance of stage theater. In those years, the quality and quantity of Iranian cinema productions were not sufficient to respond to the audience. Television had not yet arrived in Iran. Radio was not available to the people as much as it should be. Due to the high percentage of illiteracy in the country, the press was not well received, and for this reason, theatrical activities were well received.