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Since the 1980s, the theatrical activity around Istanbul has continued with breaking points, interruptions and transformations until the present day where we currently have an active theatre scene. Looking back on thirty years left behind, one can easily say a path for contemporary theatre has formed in Turkey. However, despite all its vitality, there are not many works that emphasise the identity of contemporary theatre. The starting point of this panel stems from such a need. Theorists and artists from both theoretical and practical fields will take part in the two-day panel organised in collaboration with New Text New Theatre Festival.

With valuable collaboration of Arter.

28 November Thursday

Panel Series - Day 1 // Contemporary Theatre in Turkey
Time: 14.00-17.00
Place: Arter

PROGRAMME
Opening Speech // Western Avant-garde Artists or The Bashıbozuks from Turkey: Reflecting on the Origins of Contemporary Theatre
Speaker: Dr. Ferdi Çetin
Duration: 25 min

Explorations in Turkish Theatre in the 1990s
Speaker: Assoc. Dr. M. Melih Korukçu
Duration: 20 min

A Transition Period in Turkish Theatre: 2000s
Speaker: Assoc Dr. Selen Korad Birkiye
Duration: 20 min

Coffee break: 15 min

After 2010, Before 2020
Speaker: Dr. Özlem Hemiş
Duration: 20 min

Reflecting on Contemporary Playwriting Through the Concept of Memory
Speaker: PhD(c) Ozan Ömer Akgül
Duration: 20 min

Q&A

November 29

Panel Series – Day 2 // Contemporary Theater in Turkey – Playwrights and Directors
The first session will focus on three decades of Turkish theater; the 1990s, 2000s and 2010s. The second session will elaborate on the playwrights and directors who strongly influenced Turkish theater within this period.
Time: 11.30-13.30
Place: Arter

PROGRAMME
Opening Speech: Yeşim Özsoy
Speakers: Kerem Kurdoğlu, Özen Yula, Murat Daltaban, Yiğit Sertdemir, Ceren Ercan

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