The Horizons of Theatrology
Today's Finnish theater is facing problems that are obvious during the pandemic. However, the question arises if, by chance, he is not a bit prepared for the current situation (at least in something). Anxiety about unsustainability and a dismal examination of human experience and authentic (self) experience have shaped in Finland models of authorship that are not so common elsewhere in Europe. The lecture will introduce several prominent authors and specific projects that renew the framework socially beneficial, committed and prosperous theater, which is aware of the fragility of human resources and can take care not only of its audience, but also of the playwrights who write for it.
Alžběta Štollová, M.A. studied Baltic studies with a specialization in Finnish at FF MU in Brno and Finnish language and culture at the University of Helsinki. From Finnish to Czech mainly translates Finnish drama and literature for children and young people. In addition, she also works as an editor and librarian.