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National Black Theatre (Australia)         
The National Black Theatre (NBT) was a theatre company run by a small group of Aboriginal people based in the Sydney suburb of Redfern which operated from 1972 to 1977. The original concept for the theatre grew out of political struggles, especially the land rights demonstrations, which at the time were being organised by the Black Moratorium Committee.
National Theatre (Boston, 1911)         
  • National Theatre, Tremont St. (near Berkeley St.), Boston, 1911 (photo courtesy Boston Public Library)
  • Tillie's Punctured Romance]], with Charlie Chaplin, 1915
  • Advertisement for "base ball machine" at the Hippodrome (i.e. National), 1915
  • James Curley]] election campaign rally, 1917
  • Advertisement for Rutherford at the National, 1920
FORMER MOVIE THEATER IN BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, UNITED STATES
National Theatre, Boston (1911)
The National Theatre (1911-1978) of Boston, Massachusetts, was a 3,500-seat multipurpose auditorium on Tremont Street in the South End. It functioned as a cinema, lecture hall, and stage.
National Theatre (Thailand)         
THEATRE IN BANGKOK, THAILAND
National Theater (Thailand); National Theatre (Bangkok); National Theater (Bangkok); National Theatre of Thailand; National Theater of Thailand; The National Theatre (Thailand)
The National Theatre is a performing arts venue in Bangkok's Phra Nakhon District. It opened in 1965, and operates as a government agency under the Office of Performing Arts of the Fine Arts Department.

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National Black Theatre (Australia)
The National Black Theatre (NBT) was a theatre company run by a small group of Aboriginal people based in the Sydney suburb of Redfern which operated from 1972 to 1977. The original concept for the theatre grew out of political struggles, especially the land rights demonstrations, which at the time were being organised by the Black Moratorium Committee.