By Dennis Barnett,Eugenio Barba,Elizabeth Carlin-Metz,Beth Cleary,Leigh Clemons,David Diamond,Jill Greenhalgh,Del Hamilton,Lyusyena Kirakosyan,Duca Knezević,Ruth Margraff,Ivan Medenica,Amy Sarno,Arthur Skelton,Max Stephenson,Shawn Womack
DAH Theatre: A Sourcebook is a suite of essays in regards to the paintings of 1 of the main profitable and leading edge functionality teams in modern background. With an immediate line of descent from Jerzy Grotowski and Eugenio Barba, DAH Theatre, based in the course of the worst of instances within the former Yugoslavia, amidst a hugely patriarchal society, predominantly run by way of ladies, has thrived now for twenty-five years. The chapters during this ebook, for the main half, were written by way of either theatre students and practitioners, all of whom have both visible, studied with or labored with this groundbreaking troupe. What makes DAH so unprecedented? the degrees of innovation and fervour for them expand a long way past the realm of mere functionality. they've been politically and socially pushed via the tragedies and injustices that they've witnessed inside of their kingdom and feature labored demanding to be a strength of reconciliation, fairness and peace in the global. and people efforts, which started at the harmful streets of Belgrade in 1991, at the present time, have reached in the course of the international. even though they nonetheless make their domestic in Serbia, audiences from as a ways afield as New Zealand, Mongolia, Brazil and the U.S. have stumbled on their strength – either in basically aesthetic phrases and as passionate activists.