In the course of the twentieth century, theatre has sometimes forsaken its tendentially solitary introverted nature. There have been moments and places that have produced relationships that were not necessarily tangible. That brought changes in mentality rather than transformations in theatre practice. They produced no concrete result, but created networks of communication and unexpected or invisible connections. Perhaps they were important – even vital – moments of transition. ISTA, the International School of Theatre Anthropology, has been one of these places. But in order to dig deeper into this less obvious and visible perspective, it is necessary to start to observe it, by temporarily removing, in the metaphorical sense, the aspects which have always been retained as central: the presence of Eugenio Barba, Odin, theatre anthropology, personal memories.
|Titolo:||ISTA-balena. Documenti e riflessioni sull’International School of Theatre Anthropology|
|Data di pubblicazione:||2016|
|Citazione:||Schino, M. (2016). ISTA-balena. Documenti e riflessioni sull’International School of Theatre Anthropology. TEATRO E STORIA, 37, 207-239.|
|Appare nelle tipologie:||1.1 Articolo in rivista|