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In July 1968, a seminar was organized in Douala, attended by the directors of Cameroon's young new theater companies as well as by interested students and workers. The participants listened to a series of lectures stressing the challenges a new troupe has to meet in order to succeed, and witnessed an exhibition of photography on the theme of the theater. They took a positive step toward a better theater by creating the ANGT (Association Nationale des Gens de Théâtre) aimed at protecting the spectator by improving the quality of plays.

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