"Our theater is made up of unsuccessful individuals," Eugenio Barba said of the Odin Theater. A theater founded by people no one wanted. They supported theater. The weeds.
No one wanted director Barba, even after studying with the legendary Jercy Grotowski in Poland. Then Barba made his own theater, and he found the actors among those who were rejected at the State Theater Academy. In Oslo city, the theater was not welcome, so they sought refuge in Danish Holsterbro and. . .