● 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 performing arts
● 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
Credits: Máté Komjáthy, Dezső Horgász, Márió Tóth-Simon, Tina Rosner.
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