Presence / Silence  – PhD thesis on the performer’s presence in relation to the uses of silence in plays and on stage, deconstructing the modernist term of auratic presence

      non-human performativity: organic (animals, nature) and artificial (robots, androids, vocaloids)

      contemporary Japanese theatre

      documentation and research of Robert Wilson’s work and the Watermill Center

      Contemporary North-American theatre and performance

      European and Hungarian theatre and plays in the first decades of 20th century (with an emphasis on special theatrical forms, e.g operette), and contemporary theatre in Hungary

      Methods, practices and possibilities of theatre in the higher education

  

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