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nkara Devlet Tiyatrosu, Devlet Tiyatroları'na bağlı resmi bir tiyatro kurumudur. 10 Haziran 1949 tarihinde çıkarılan “Devlet Tiyatro ve Operası’nın Kuruluş Yasası” gereğince Devlet Tiyatro Opera Genel Müdürlüğü'ne atanan Muhsin Ertuğrul ve arkadaşlarının çabasıyla; Türkiye'de ilk resmi sanat kurumu olarak Ankara Devlet Tiyatrosu, 1 Ekim 1949 tarihinde Küçük Tiyatro`da Cevat Fehmi Başkut'un Küçük Şehir, ve Büyük Tiyatro`da Johann Wolfgang von Goethe'nin Faust adlı oyunlarıyla etkinliğe başlamış oldu. 27 Nisan 1993'te "kamyon tiyatrosu" uygulaması başladı. İlk olarak Kızılcahamam Lisesi’nin bahçesinde, Sönmez Atasoy’un "Yedi Köyün Yargıcı" adlı çocuk oyunu oynandı. http://tr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ankara_Devlet_Tiyatrosu
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