The Conundrum of Revolutions (2018)
The performance creates an alternative reality in which Rosa Luxembourg meets revolutionaries and poets from across the world and time – Ulrike Meinnhof, Castro’s comrade-in-arms Camilo Cienfuegos, Lenin’s assassin Fanny Kaplan, as well as the poets Kharms and Mayakovsky. Rosa presents us with the question- where is rebellion, is it possible?
Two grannies, four cats, and a scooter (2009)
Long-term DAH Theater actresses Sanja Krsmanović Tasić and Maja Mitić in their soulful and warm way, through the language of theater and art, send a message to children and their parents the beauty of relations with animals and growing up with pets in the house- as well as its importance in developing responsibility and care for another being, the capacity to love, mourn, rejoice…
Alice and Kafka are Dead / Long Live the Rosenbergs (2005)
How to solve a problem like that of Ethel Rosenberg’s? Or Alice’s in Wonderland? Both were condemned to death, one in a fairytale, one in real life. Historic trials and great literary events meet in this co-production, in order to see what these two stories of the death penalty may have in common.
Dancing With Darkness (2002)
In DAH Theater’s first solo performance, Sanja Krsmanović Tasić expands through the theme of dealing with loss and its reasoning in a previous performance (“The Helen Keller Case”) to the meaning of loss in general: the loss of senses, the loss of a country, the loss of perceiving reality in a generally accepted way, the loss of identity.
Maps of Forbidden Remembrance (2001)
A co-production between DAH Theater and 7 Stages Theater of Atlanta, USA. The theme of this performance is emigration, one of the burning topics in Yugoslavia today. Is it possible for artists to create outside of their home-country? What are the consequences of that decision?
The Helen Keller Case (1998)
A story about the need for communication, the need to touch an other- told through moments of the biography of Helen Keller, a famous deaf and blind American author and advocate for human rights. Meeting across different times, imaginary and historical persons dance with darkness, casting their hopeful gazes toward the coming century.