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Theatre as an entry and an exit point: Interview with Andraš Urban

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The Desiré Central Station festival is created by director Andraš Urban in Subotica, a small secession town on the border of Vojvodina and Hungary. The interview (up)on the occasion of the festival's fifth edition under the motto 'I am desiré' was focused on the future of the festival and contemporary theatre. The objective of this festival, which ignores ceremonies, is the education of an already very educated audience, the addressing of boundaries - both personal and social - the questioning of what the purpose of performing arts is, and questioning especially the relationship between an audience and a performer, as well as the relationship between theatre and the community in which it is created - to address these connections as organic while being constantly aware of the inevitability of change.
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Keywords: Desiré Central Station festival; European context; addressing; alternative theatre; boundaries; director Andraš Urban; funds

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: December 1, 2014

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