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The arts landscape in the region reflects its economics, says Ductac’s programme director Elizabeth Crowder: “Dubai has changed massively over the past decade and theatre is part of that change.
Before almost anything went but now people will not accept less than quality theatre.
This can take many shapes because there isn’t so much investment in local actors and productions, so theatre is almost all brought in.
That makes Dubai in particular and the United Arab Emirates in general such a key stop-off for touring, and it’s the UK that dominates with productions like Potted Potter, Hettie Feather, Happy Birthday Sunita and The Tiger Who Came to Tea.” Ductac is the Middle East’s first not-for-profit theatre and arts centre, founded on a British model, and operates as a receiving house, with a programming team working with promoters to bring theatre and art events from across the region and the world.
It is sustained on ticket sales, facility hires and sponsorship support.