CONNECTIONS - ONLINE CONVERSATIONS #3
Join us in this conversation with fantastic participants
DECEMBER 14, 2020 AT 19.00 (Belgrade Time)
Conversations of DAH Theater artists with international and local artists about projects / works of art dealing with human rights and changes in society.
Follow the conversation online via our YouTube channel.
Igor Štiks - Serbia/Croatia/Bosnia and Herzegovina. Writer and political scientist, lecturer at the Faculty of Media and Communications in Belgrade and research associate at the Faculty of Philosophy in Ljubljana. Author of many award-winning and translated novels.
Norberto Presta - Argentina/Italy. Actor, writer and director who left Argentina to live and work in Germany, Italy, Brazil. Develops intensive pedagogical activity and regular collaboration with dance and theater groups in different countries.
Erik Ehn - USA. American playwright and director known for proposing the Regional Alternative Theatre movement. Visiting professor on University of New Mexico, College of Fine Arts. Former dean of theater at CalArts, the California Institute of Arts, he is the former head of playwriting and professor of theatre and performance studies at Brown University.
Dijana Milošević - Serbia. Co-founder of DAH Theatre, theatre director and professor at Institute for Modern Dance, Belgrade
Ivana Milenović Popović - Serbia. Actress/performer, DAH Theatre core member since 2008.
Jadranka Andjelić - Serbia. Co-founder of DAH Theatre, theatre director. Moderator of this conversation.
WHAT IT IS ALL ABOUT?
It's about DAH Theatre's new project: REBUILDING THEATRE TOWARDS A NEW FUTURE
Video campaign, Webinars and Conversations
DAH is implementing a project that consists of a series of actions through which it adjusts the work of the theater during the pandemic period in 2020. Faced with the impossibility of regular performing, with the help of the International Fund for Assistance of the German Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Goethe Institute and other partners, we created a project that connects us with the audience using audiovisual and digital media.
Using the film language, we present you scenes from our current performances. Topics include multicultural tolerance (In/Visible City), rethinking the concept of revolution (The Conundrum of the Revolution), and children's rights (For Your Own good).
Follow us online!
All programs can be followed via our YouTube channel