Abstract

Jerzy Grotowski was not a Hasid; he was not even a Jew. And yet he became a Hasid on Polish soil when he helped his non-Jewish collaborators in the Theatre of Sources Project to seek the Shekhinah (the presence of the divine) just as the Hasidim did. They were accompanied in this task by Amon Frémon, a Voodoo priest brought to Poland as part of a group of 13 Haitians by un gran blan, a Pole who had come to Haiti looking for descendants of his ancestors.

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