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"Paper hunters" and "The House of Bernarda Alba" – Wrocław, Poland



Świebodzki Train Station Stage - Plac Orląt Lwowskich 20c, Wrocław


E-mail: [email protected], phone: (+48) 071 337 21 03, fax: (+48) 071 337 21 04

Website: www.pantomima.wroc.pl

source: Wrocław Mime Theatre

"Paper hunters"
script, music setting and directed by: Zbigniew Szymczyk
set designer and costumes: Marek Tybur
cast: Artur Borkowski, Mateusz Kowalski, Radomir Piorun, Mariusz Sikorski, Zbigniew Szymczyk, Robert Wieczorek
Organisers: Wrocław Mime Theatre

"Paper hunters" - The Mysterious K. is a typical everyman, a captive and lost character that faces a personified authority allegory and the regulatory system that navigate his activities. Embroiled in the regulatory system, K. is plunged into a more and more absurd reality with which seems to be endless.

The performance is produced in the Theatre of the Absurd where an autonomous world vision receives the parabolic character. The causal connections are rejected and replaced by surreal elements. The deformations of some of the realistic situations make them symbolic. The experiences of the main character, on the other hand, mirror the state of mind of a modern person – socially misfitting, alienated, or even treated as an object.

"The House of Bernarda Alba"
choreography and directed by: Zbigniew Szymczyk
set designer: Marek Tybur
costumes: Wanda Kowalska
musical setting: Jacek Aumüller, Piotr Salaber, Zbigniew Szymczyk
lighting: Bary
assistant director: Magdalena Górnicka
cast: Ewa Czekalska, Katarzyna Sobiszewska, Agnieszka Kulińska, Agnieszka Dziewa, Agnieszka Charkot, Paulina Jóźwin, Monika Rostecka-Komorowska
Organisers: Wrocław Mime Theatre

"The House of Bernarda Alba” - drama by Federico G. Lorca. Lorca's play was read as a story demarcating the permitted forms of sexuality and the definition of what is normal, moral and natural. The source of this existential drama comes from the gap formed between two bodies that wish for pleasure and intimacy. He also writes of how a daughter options are limited through constant maternal surveillance and control. Lust, love, and death are central elements.

Ticket offices: Tickets for all performances are sold exclusively in the ticket offices of the Polish Theatre in Wroclaw:
Jerzy Grzegorzewski Stage
Zapolskiej Street 3
50-032 Wrocław
phone: (+48) 71 316 07 80

Świebodzki Train Station Stage
pl. Orląt Lwowskich 20c
53-605 Wrocław
phone: (+48) 71 341 29 54

Small Stage
ul. Świdnicka 28
50-068 Wrocław
tel. (+48) 71 316 07 52