A poetic summit on the mysteries of disaster, resilience and beauty. Co-production between DAH Theatre (Belgrade, Serbia), 7 Stages (Atlanta, USA), Café Antarsia (Chicago, USA). Observing our poisoned planet, two theater troupes and a musical ensemble have joined forces this January (2014) in Belgrade to research the mystery of resilience and beauty inside a catastrophe. The idea behind them was the good deeds that people did in their countries, often in very difficult conditions, after or during disasters. 
“The sky’s gone black. The ground is toxic. Clean water is contraband and ransom. Survivors gather for a final interrogation of good and evil, the madness of love, and the future of the soul.” [from the performance]
The goal of the artists in this performance was to inspire the public and our communities, emphasizing the possibility of the choice; to do good deeds that encourage humaneness.
After nearly two years, during which the artists involved met in Serbia and the United States, “Previously Blue/Nekada Plavo,” is ready to premiere – a performance that is just one of the fruits of cooperation between DAH Theatre from
Belgrade, 7 Stages from Atlanta and the Ensemble Café Antarsia from Chicago. DAH Theatre and 7 Stages have collaborated together for two decades, with each project resulting in a tour around the world. This relationship is a true
example of a successful cultural diplomacy.
After its premiere in Belgrade, held on on 21 and 22 August 2015, the performance was played in Atlanta, Georgia (USA) at 7 Stages Theater in late August, in Cedar Rapids, Iowa (USA) at Coe College in early September, and finally in Chicago, Illinois (USA) at Links Hall in mid-September.