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Journal of Theatre Anthropology


  • 2023-05-17

    Anastasis (Resurrection)

    A performance composed and directed by Eugenio Barba. National Theatre of Budapest, 20 May 2023

    Anastasis is a hymn to the power of Life and an homage to the performer’s art with its splendour of styles and expressions. It is enacted by performers from different countries and traditions: Japanese Noh, Chinese Nanguan opera, Balinese Topeng, Indian Baul, Kathakali, Brazilian Cavalo marinho and Bumba meu boi, Flamenco and western contemporary styles.

  • 2023-05-07

    Live-streaming of the 17th ISTA session directed by Eugenio Barba (7-21 May 2023)

    The live-streaming will record all the work with Eugenio Barba and the demonstrations by the ISTA/NG masters Annada Prasanna Pattanaik, India; Keiin Yoshimura, Japan; Parvathy Baul, India; I Wayan Bawa, Bali; Julia Varley, Odin Teatret, Denmark; Alício Amaral and Juliana Pardo, Mundu Rodá, Brazil; Caterina Scotti and Alessandro Rigoletti, Teatro tascabile di Bergamo, Italy; Yalan Lin, Taiwan; Ana Woolf, CATA, Argentina, István Berecz, Hungary.

  • 2023-02-22

    Origins of Theatre Anthropology. Learning to learn – The kinesthetic sense

    Eugenio Barba and Julia Varley answer questions concerning Theatre Anthropology during a ten lesson course once a month. The ten monthly lessons are free but registration is obligatory. Before each lesson, participants will be requested to watch one of the ten films on Theatre Anthropology realised by Eugenio Barba, Claudio Coloberti and Julia Varley.

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