An important era of Hungarian theatre history ended when in 2002, the first permanent building of the National Theatre was opened. This paper examines whether this milestone represented a real change in the National Theatre’s function, if it was accompanied by a stable construction of national theatre-making, or if we have merely fulfilled the social and political expectation that a country should have its own permanent national theatre.
How to cite: Theatron 14, 2. sz. (2020): 41–55.
Cím/Title (HUN): Nemzeti Színház-konstrukciók az intézményvezetői pályázatokban
Cím/Title (ENG): Constructing a National Theatre via the Applications for the Establishment’s Directorship