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About the performance: What would you do if you could be reborn in any body at any place? What would you do if you could choose your gender? Your lifespan? From one minute to eternity? If you could choose your

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IF

About the performance: What would you do if you could be reborn in any body at any place? What would you do if you could choose your gender? Your lifespan? From one minute to eternity? If you could choose your

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CV

University Lecturer / Artist / Project leader rita.julia.sebestyen@gmail.com Biography Rita Júlia Sebestyén graduated in theatre studies and took her PhD in the aesthetics of the Ancient Greek theatre. As author, co-creator and director she has contributed to award-winning performances  in

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CV

University Lecturer / Artist / Project leader rita.julia.sebestyen@gmail.com Biography Rita Júlia Sebestyén graduated in theatre studies and took her PhD in the aesthetics of the Ancient Greek theatre. As author, co-creator and director she has contributed to award-winning performances  in

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Publication list

Books /1/ Sebestyén, R, A tizennegyedik (The fourteenth). A collection of essays-short stories on human geography and Otherness). Ed. by Zsolt Láng, Bookart, Csíkszereda. 2010.   Contributor to book/anthology/ conference /2/ Sebestyén, R 2016, ‘Before It Is Too Late. Social

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Publication list

Books /1/ Sebestyén, R, A tizennegyedik (The fourteenth). A collection of essays-short stories on human geography and Otherness). Ed. by Zsolt Láng, Bookart, Csíkszereda. 2010.   Contributor to book/anthology/ conference /2/ Sebestyén, R 2016, ‘Before It Is Too Late. Social

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Editor: Otherness and the Performing Arts

Otherness and the Performing Arts Contributors: Adam Czirak, David Schwartz, Azadeh Sharifi, Emily Hunka, Marco Galea, Oroszlán Anikó, Marie Bennett, Eszter Horváth Edited by Rita Sebestyén and Matthias Stephan introduction Re/shaping Otherness is the focus of the current, special issue

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Editor: Otherness and the Performing Arts

Otherness and the Performing Arts Contributors: Adam Czirak, David Schwartz, Azadeh Sharifi, Emily Hunka, Marco Galea, Oroszlán Anikó, Marie Bennett, Eszter Horváth Edited by Rita Sebestyén and Matthias Stephan introduction Re/shaping Otherness is the focus of the current, special issue

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27 ways to be born

2016                   27 ways to be born – director, othernessproject and Passage Festival, DK/SE photo by: Halla Marín Hafþórsdóttir

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27 ways to be born

2016                   27 ways to be born – director, othernessproject and Passage Festival, DK/SE photo by: Halla Marín Hafþórsdóttir

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Before It Is Too Late

Social sensitivity, synchronicity and participatory aspects of Scandinavian culture, with a special outlook on the oeuvre of Thierry Geoffroy, Colonel Spaces for social-artistic interactions, sensitivity towards sustainable processes and the environment, collaborative, participative education and arts, the taste for interruptive

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Before It Is Too Late

Social sensitivity, synchronicity and participatory aspects of Scandinavian culture, with a special outlook on the oeuvre of Thierry Geoffroy, Colonel Spaces for social-artistic interactions, sensitivity towards sustainable processes and the environment, collaborative, participative education and arts, the taste for interruptive

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Inside Out Three Sisters

2016                   Inside Out Three Sisters (co-creator; directed by Lars Henning), Copenhagen International School of Performing Arts, 2nd Years. Award for Research and Innovation: International Festival for Theatre Schools, Fez, Morocco, 2016. photo by: Halla Marín Hafþórsdóttir

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Inside Out Three Sisters

2016                   Inside Out Three Sisters (co-creator; directed by Lars Henning), Copenhagen International School of Performing Arts, 2nd Years. Award for Research and Innovation: International Festival for Theatre Schools, Fez, Morocco, 2016. photo by: Halla Marín Hafþórsdóttir

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Transgressing Spaces, Genres and Gender

The CPH Stage Festival, 11-25 June, 2015, in Copenhagen, Denmark. In 2015, the Copenhagen Stage Festival presented nearly one hundred performances and events, lectures, site-specific and audio-walks, multi-sensory experiences, public parties, and a theatre flea market. Almost half of the

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Transgressing Spaces, Genres and Gender

The CPH Stage Festival, 11-25 June, 2015, in Copenhagen, Denmark. In 2015, the Copenhagen Stage Festival presented nearly one hundred performances and events, lectures, site-specific and audio-walks, multi-sensory experiences, public parties, and a theatre flea market. Almost half of the

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Trampoline House: Space for Connection in Copenhagen

Starting from the end of May, against the backdrop of streets drowning in election posters, a series of cultural and artistic events emerge in the weather-wise frozen Copenhagen. It seems like all cultural operators and organizers are mobilizing themselves –

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Trampoline House: Space for Connection in Copenhagen

Starting from the end of May, against the backdrop of streets drowning in election posters, a series of cultural and artistic events emerge in the weather-wise frozen Copenhagen. It seems like all cultural operators and organizers are mobilizing themselves –

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Routes Inside and Outside Our Heads

The Aarhus-section of the Nordic Performing Art Days (19-21 June 2014) Nomadic festivals and conferences are almost a natural way of being for theatre makers and theorists up in the North where social, strategic and cultural collaborations are more than

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Routes Inside and Outside Our Heads

The Aarhus-section of the Nordic Performing Art Days (19-21 June 2014) Nomadic festivals and conferences are almost a natural way of being for theatre makers and theorists up in the North where social, strategic and cultural collaborations are more than

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