DAH Theatre: A Sourcebook is a collection of essays about the work of one of the most successful and innovative performance groups in contemporary history.
With a direct line of descent from Jerzy Grotowski and Eugenio Barba, DAH Theatre, founded during the worst of times in the former Yugoslavia, amidst a highly patriarchal society, predominantly run by women, has thrived now for twenty-five years. The chapters in this book, for the most part, have been written by both theatre scholars and practitioners, all of whom have either seen, studied with or worked with this groundbreaking troupe.
ZID Theater is currently busy with the preparations for the international festival ExploreZ. This festival is part of the European project Caravan Next and presents a varied, week-long programme by international and Dutch makers and local residents, from 12-18 December.
Unlimited Festival artist Kaite O’Reilly and Oberon Books recently published a new collection of plays for atypical actors.
In this video interview and the accompanying blog, Kaite speaks to The British Council about why we need to push for cultural change. Her collection, Atypical Plays for Atypical Actors, includes the plays: peeling, The Almond and the Seahorse, In Water I’m Weightless, the 9 Fridas and Cosy.
Following our projects in Azerbaijan in February and Lebanon in March, Bond Street Theatre was back on the road this summer, traveling to Greece in August, Malaysia in September, Afghanistan in November, and a return to Myanmar in December, thanks to