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Participatory Theatre

Participation in European Theatre: An Account of the European Theatre Conference, Dresden 2019

For the most part, theatre can be recognized as the art of the collective. The ETC (European Theatre Convention) is all about sustaining this collective, and at their annual conference between the 23rd-26th May in Dresden, Germany, they are proving that the collective is not only an integral part to theatre, but that participation can also be a key component.

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Any One Thing’s “Recollection”: Breaking The Threshold Of Immersive Theatre

Recollection takes up to six participants in a thrilling journey about the importance of memories and personal data. Going beyond the sensational premise, the budding Any One Thing ambitiously explores the ideas of ‘personalized’ and ‘immersive’ theatre in depth, taking the genre to the boundaries of what is real.

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“The Justice Syndicate”: How Do You Make Decisions? Immersive Theatre and Jury Duty

An empty room. A large table. 12 iPads, 12 note pads, and 12 name desk holders that designate “Juror” along with a number. That is the simple setting for The Justice Syndicate, a new piece by fanSHEN. This interactive play revolves around a jury deliberation on a high-profile sexual assault case.

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