Journal of Theatre Anthropology

Journal of Theatre Anthropology NEW!!! FOR PRACTITIONERS AND SCHOLARS JUST PUBLISHED: the annual journal JTA-Journal of Theatre Anthropology, founded by Eugenio Barba. JTA will be published in March in an open access digital format (https://jta.ista-online.org) and printed on paper by Mimesis Edizioni (Italy). Conceived within a comprehensive knowledge sharing project on actor’s techniques, JTA is […]

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Jeg elsker Wonder Woman

Jeg tror, jeg elsker Wonder Woman  Anmeldelse af forestillingen på Teater Grob Af Erik Exe Christoffersen Det store kredsløb Jeg tror, jeg elsker Wonder Woman på Teater Grob er baseret på en ny tekst af Ursula Andkjær Olsen. Den har Ellen Hillingsø som superhelt i Niels Erlings iscenesættelse i en pinkfarvet drømmescenografi. Hillingsø er klædt i forskellige svulmende kostumer i varierende […]

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OPEN CALL: Peripeti 2021-særnummer Dramaturgical interference

OPEN CALL: Peripeti, forår 2021 – CONNECTIONS: Dramaturgical interference.  Der er nu åbent for skribenter til det kommende særnummer af Peripeti. Nummeret laves i samarbejde med Performing Arts Platform og  undersøger dramaturgisk og tværkunstnerisk praksis under overskriften ‘dramaturgisk interferens’. Dette begreb tager udgangspunkt i residency-programmet Connections ved PAP, hvor dramaturgisk interferens i form af bl.a. […]

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Dystopian Art in the Climate Crisis

The Role of Dystopian Art in the Climate Crisis By Kim Skjoldager-Nielsen Can a diet of gloomy tales help us to confront the climate crisis? The Norwegian climate psychologist Per Espen Stoknes thinks not, arguing that we should dwell instead on positive stories to avoid becoming paralyzed by fear. But no, it is too late […]

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