PERFORMANCES WITH ENGLISH SUPERTITLES

Performances with English subtitles are available only on selected dates:

POOR ME, THE BITCH AND HER NEW GUY
Michał Walczak
Biedny ja, suka i jej nowy koleś

 

What is the difference between contemporary love and love? The expiry date. The Bitch comes across the Poor Me at a swimming pool, and they move in together. It is a great feeling, but Her New Beau appears. They are all running away from loneliness, but in their relationships they tend to focus only on themselves. While serving the audience a mix of drama, observational comedy and absurd theatre, Michał Walczak takes a look at the meaning of the words ”love” and ”friendship”. The director Piotr Jędrzejas consciously uses kitsch and plays with theatrical conventions.

2 June
7:00 PM
Przodownik Stage
21 OlesińskaSt., Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 6-7

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VOYTEK THE BEAR
Tadeusz Słobodzianek
Niedźwiedź Wojtek

The legendary bear Wojtek in Tadeusz Słobodzianek's contemporary interpretation. The story of young soldiers of various nationalities and religions seen through the eyes of an animal. Wojtek accompanies the soldiers on their war route from Iran to Italy, takes part in the battle of Monte Cassino, and ends up with them in a refugee camp.

The play discusses the lost generation; it undertakes to verify the meaning of terms such as "patriotism", "nation", "friendship" and "solidarity". 'What is incredible here is that the presence of a bear among people raises questions about what might be human in an animal and what might be animalistic in humans', says Ondrej Spišák, the director.

6 June
7:00 PM
T. Łomnicki Stage on Wola
22 Kasprzaka St., Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 7-13
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THE FAITH HEALER
Brian Friel
Cudotwórca

A story about Frank, the faith healer, his wife, Grace and his impresario, Teddy. For many years they have been travelling around remote Scottish and Welsh villages giving elevated performances. Using secret spells and supernatural powers Frank sometimes succeeds to cure the sick. At times he performs miracles. The three characters’ confessions reveal the stories of their lives and the complicated mechanisms of their mutual dealings, relationships and feelings. They tell the truth – but each of them their own; with every new confession we can see the discrepancies in the narrated events and experiences. A left out incident is enough to completely change the picture. Faith healer is a beautifully written story about love, friendship and commitment. And also about the desire for profit, the inexplicable powers of the human mind, about miracles. Can we hope for a miracle if we believe in something hard enough? And what if a miracle does not happen despite our deep faith? Faith healer encourages the spectators to take a detective’s viewpoint. Three characters tell the same story which reaches its climax in County Donegal, but their usage of emphasis or judgment of events or even their account of basic facts vary in each narration. We need to create our own version of the truth and understand why the characters shun from it – Charles Spencer wrote in “The Telegraph” about the play.  

7 June
7:30 PM
H. MikołajskaStage
Palace of Culture and Science,
1 Defilad Square, Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 1-5, seats 10-20

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MEASURE FOR MEASURE
William Shakespeare

Miarka za miarkę

Something is rotten in Vienna; moral decay and corruption have been paralysing the country. Duke Vincentio leaves government in the hands of a regent. In order to heal the country, Angelo uses law as a threat; the prisons fill up quickly. Among prisoners there is Claudio, waiting to be executed for fathering a child out of wedlock. Vincentio returns disguised as a friar, observing how the situation will develop.
“Measure for measure” is one of Shakespeare’s most subversive plays; it combines political thriller, cruelty, irony and black humour. Piotr Kamiński’s new translation of the play was directed by Oskaras Koršunovas. “This is a story about power, its tragedy and absurdities. Shakespeare asks if the rulers can be fair and ethical or whether they just use morality to gain power and use it”, says the director.


11 June
5:00 PM
G. Holoubek Stage
Palace of Culture and Science, 1 Defilad Square, Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
stalls, rows 7-15
and I balcony
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IN THE NAME OF JAKUB S.
Paweł Demirski
W imię Jakuba S.

The majority of Polish society has its roots in rural areas. Not those, however, that used to be home to manors and landowners, but those that were inhabited by uneducated peasants. Why is it, therefore, that the calendar of Polish festivities does not feature a holiday commemorating the abolition of serfdom? Is it that we prefer to think of ourselves as the descendants of the “better”, noble part of the society? Today’s middle class and those who aspire to its ranks are Jakub Szela's descendants. The question is, however, whether we are capable of getting to terms with identity trails that are different from those learnt at school, where Szela was a brute and a traitor, and his revolt was nothing more but a carnage of Poland’s finest men, which had been instigated by the Austrian administration?

Can one really say shamelessly that we are Europeans because we used to be able to kill? Can we rewrite our history from scratch, including the history of the land which was (not) ours? History in which the word “whore” is neither a swearword nor a word for prostitute, but a depiction of a certain attitude? In which the word “hate” was not banned in the 20th century? In which you can hit someone right between the eyes and watch them suffer while complaining publicly about injustice?

G. Holoubek Stage
Palace of Culture and Science,
1 Defilad Square, Warsaw

Our staff will help you to take the most suitable seats.
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THE IMPOSTOR
György Spiró
Szalbierz

The plot of „The Impostor” takes place in a theatre, on the opening night. The entire Vilnius is going to the performance, which is supposed to save the theatre from bankruptcy; the title role will be guest starred by Wojciech Bogusławski, a legend. The threat of cancellation is in the air as the master appears only several hours before the show. Who is Wojciech Bogusławski in the eyes of the Hungarian author? He is a colourful character: a plotter, a jester, a hothead and an egoist; yet at the same time a patriot and an incredibly brave man. The production was directed by Gábor Máté, a Hungarian director and actor, the artistic director of the famous József Katona theatre in Budapest. György Spiró is one of the most successful contemporary Hungarian playwrights and an expert in Polish culture. The winner of prestigious awards, including the Angelus Central European Literature Award and the International Visegrad Prize. He is the author of ”Messiahs”, one of the most important novels devoted to Polish Romanticism.

G. Holoubek Stage
Palace of Culture and Science, 1 Defilad Square, Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
stalls, rows 10-15
and I balcony
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YOUNG STALIN
PROBABLE  HISTORY IN  VII PICTURES

Tadeusz Słobodzianek
Młody Stalin

Gangster story in the rhythm of  lezginka dance. A young revolutionary,  a poet and would-be priest in the struggle for justice goes  to the brutal methods. The explosions of bombs, daring escape, travelling on a false passport meant his way. When  does the idealist changes into a political player?
 A new play by Tadeusz Słobodzianek, inspired by the  events from the life of the young Stalin, takes place during the year in Georgia, Vienna, Krakow and London, when the old Europe is already over, and the new one has not yet begun. The author shows the revolution  background  and the character who subdues reality.

G. Holoubek Stage
Palace of Culture and Science,
1 Defilad Square, Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
stalls, rows 10-15
and I balcony

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THRILL MY HEART
Hanoch Levin
Wzrusz moje serce

She is deceitful and shameless. He is naive and pushy. And then there is the helpless friend. Smaller parts include a French chiropodist, a Spanish accompanist, a Yugoslavian sailor and many other interesting men. This is a love affair which can fill one’s life. Hanoch Levin - a poet, a comedy writer, a director and a scandalmonger, who is well-rooted in Poland, is the author of 63 plays; ”Move my heart” is one of his last ones. It contains the Israeli master’s entire knowledge of male-female relationships, all the tenderness and all the harshness. And melancholy, too.

T. Łomnicki Stage on Wola
22 Kasprzaka St., Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 7-13

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TALKING CURE
Christopher Hampton
NIEBEZPIECZNA METODA

A conflict between two scientists, revolving around a woman who was their equal. Following an unsuccessful treatment with electroshock therapy, Sabina Spielrein finds herself in a Swiss clinic. She is looked after by Carl Gustav Jung, who chooses to try Sigmund Freud's experimental method. A love drama sparked by the psychological treatment turns into a scientific rivalry. Sabina becomes the first female to treat patients with talking therapy.

"Talking cure" tells the story of the early days of psychoanalysis which has shaped today's thinking about humans.

T. Łomnicki Stage on Wola
22 Kasprzaka St., Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 7-13

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VOYTEK THE BEAR
Tadeusz Słobodzianek
Niedźwiedź Wojtek

The legendary bear Wojtek in Tadeusz Słobodzianek's contemporary interpretation. The story of young soldiers of various nationalities and religions seen through the eyes of an animal. Wojtek accompanies the soldiers on their war route from Iran to Italy, takes part in the battle of Monte Cassino, and ends up with them in a refugee camp.

The play discusses the lost generation; it undertakes to verify the meaning of terms such as "patriotism", "nation", "friendship" and "solidarity". 'What is incredible here is that the presence of a bear among people raises questions about what might be human in an animal and what might be animalistic in humans', says Ondrej Spišák, the director.


T. Łomnicki Stage on Wola
22 Kasprzaka St., Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 7-13
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BENT
Martin Sherman

1930s Berlin. Dance parties, cabarets and gay clubs are thriving. The Nazis come to power, but no one yet knows what this means. Martin Sherman, the play's main character, is not bothered. Max lives from day to day in rented apartments, among drunk nights, episodes of casual sex and attempts to get some money. One night's events will turn his world upside down. The play tells the story of the persecution of homosexuals in Nazi Germany. This is still an unkown topic, shadowed by other stories. The discrimination against pink triangles was a taboo topic for years, and many gays were imprisoned after the war. '"Bent" is a story of a man who is afraid to love', says the director Nathalie Rigler.


Przodownik Stage
21 Olesińska St., Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 6-7

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THE GRADUATE
Terry Johnson
Absolwent

THE GRADUATE by Terry Johnson – a cult story about Benjamin Braddock’s maturation and rebellion, adapted for the screen in 1967, with memorable performances by Dustin Hoffman and Anne Bancroft.

America . The Roaring 60s, the sexual revolution , the Beatles and the smell of marijuana in the background. Ben graduates from a  prestigious college and has no idea what to do with his life . Rebellion against parents , fascination with a mature woman and sexual initiation – these are the  ideas for an adult.  He rises and falls,  he's fearful and brave , falls in love and breaks down at the same time . Can he live on his own account ?

" The Graduate " is not only the story of a lonely young man , but also an insightful portrait of  middle class hipocrisy. Terry Johnson's adaptation was  based on the novel by Charles Webb and the screenplay by Calder Willingham and Buck Henry by special arrangement with StudioCanal . It was produced for the first time in London and on Broadway by John Reid and Sacha Brooks . Jacek Poniedziałek translated the play for Warsaw Drama Theatre.


G. Holoubek Stage
Palace of Culture and Science,
1 Defilad Square, Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
stalls, rows 10-15
and I balcony

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THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME
Simom Stephens
Dziwny przypadek psa nocną porą

Meet Christopher. He is a mathematical genius who knows almost everything about astronomy. He does not like crowds, he is afraid of strangers, he does not understand feelings or metaphors. He has just been accused of killing a neighbour’s dog, and he sets out to find out who is guilty. During his investigation he uncovers uncomfortable family secrets and, even though he has never left his street on his own, he embarks on an exciting expedition to London. A remarkable story of love, dreams and overcoming one’s limits. The world seen through the eyes of a young outsider who describes each day in detail. An adaptation of Mark Haddon’s international bestseller, a book which won seventeen literary awards. It was adapted by Simon Stephens, one of the greatest modern-day dramatists. A story which won over the hearts of London and Broadway audiences.


T. Łomnicki Stage on Wola
22 Kasprzaka St., Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 7-13

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THE RUSSIAN CONTRACT
Andrei Platonov
Rosyjski kontrakt

A true story of a British engineer, to whom Tsar Peter the Great offers the supervision over a giant construction project. The contract is a chance to acquire a fortune but for the price of breaking with the life he has led until now; it will also mean moving away from his fiancée for several years. Perry leaves for Russia, yet he does not realise that the perception of reality there is completely different from that in Britain.

Based on "The Epifan Locks" by Andrei Platonov, Russia's greatest 20th-century writer (alongside Bulgakov), the play is an attempt to capture the mentality of the East, which has been terrifying and fascinating Europe for centuries.


Przodownik Stage
21 OlesińskaSt., Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 6-7

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NO EXIT
Jean-Paul Sartre
Bez wyjścia

Two women and a man end up in a hotel room. They have no idea why they have been locked up. They start to observe each other and become fascinated with each other. Minute by minute, the atmosphere gets more and more dense. The tension among them increases. A game begins. First questions are asked, and accusations begin to fly. No one in this room has a clear conscience; everyone is hiding something; each one of them keeps a painful secret. Did they really get here by accident?

"No Exit" by Jean-Paul Sartre is a 1944 one-act play by one of the leading Paris-based existentialists and a Nobel Laureate for Literature.

H. MikołajskaStage
Palace of Culture and Science,
1 Defilad Square, Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 1-5, seats 10-20
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MEASURE FOR MEASURE
William Shakespeare

Miarka za miarkę

Something is rotten in Vienna; moral decay and corruption have been paralysing the country. Duke Vincentio leaves government in the hands of a regent. In order to heal the country, Angelo uses law as a threat; the prisons fill up quickly. Among prisoners there is Claudio, waiting to be executed for fathering a child out of wedlock. Vincentio returns disguised as a friar, observing how the situation will develop.
“Measure for measure” is one of Shakespeare’s most subversive plays; it combines political thriller, cruelty, irony and black humour. Piotr Kamiński’s new translation of the play was directed by Oskaras Koršunovas. “This is a story about power, its tragedy and absurdities. Shakespeare asks if the rulers can be fair and ethical or whether they just use morality to gain power and use it”, says the director.


G. Holoubek Stage
Palace of Culture and Science, 1 Defilad Square, Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
stalls, rows 7-15
and I balcony

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ALL MY SONS
Arthur Miller
Wszyscy moi synowie

During the war, several dozen pilots died because of faulty aeroplane parts manufactured in Joe Keller's factory. His son sets out to find out if the father, while making money, was consciously sending American soldiers to death.

The 1947 play from the outstanding American playwright Arthur Miller, which won him the prestigious Tony Award, is a drama about morals in business and the consequences of their lack. The author, in reference to the experiences of WW II, asks questions about the boundaries of human decency and the price of financial success.

T. Łomnicki Stage on Wola
22 Kasprzaka St., Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 7-13
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HARPER
Simon Stephens

Sometimes you need to get up and leave, leaving everything behind. Sometimes we feel that we should not postpone changes any longer because otherwise we will solidify like a museum piece. The heroine of the play has found herself exactly in such a situation. The news about the inevitable death of her father makes Harper decide to meet him one last time. She quits her job without telling her daughter and husband anything about her departure. The trip will turn out to be the adventure of her life, forcing her to ask questions about the most important things: love; loyalty towards her loved ones; and her own place in the world.

The play by Simon Stephens (the author of "The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time") talks about the strength of a spiritual awakening and about the objection to common desperation, without a shadow of didacticism.


T. Łomnicki Stage on Wola
22 Kasprzaka St., Warsaw
Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 7-13

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RED
John Logan
RED

New York. A painter's studio. Mark Rothko, the legend of American abstract expressionism, a millionaire, an unquestionable authority on art versus a young, ambitious student aspiring for that role. Master and student. We watch their first meeting, a conversation on a new order placed for a series of paintings for the Four Seasons restaurant. Liking, anger, fear and surprise intertwine in their relationship. Subsequent discussions about art turn into a duel between two generations of artists.

John Logan's “Red” received the prestigious Tony Award for the best play. The author of screenplays for Hollywood blockbusters: "Aviator", "Skyfall" and "Gladiator" portrayed the last stage of Mark Rothko's life, in the eve of his suicide. He analyses a genius artist, unappreciated in his lifetime by the critics, who struggles with depression and alcoholism and cannot cope with the new trends in art, which he is unable to understand.

H. MikołajskaStage
Palace of Culture and Science,
1 Defilad Square, Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 1-5, seats 10-20

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COMING OUT
Jacek Górecki

An excursion into brutal lyric poetry and cursed love. These three monologues by hurt women - a young one, a mature one and a senior one - are filled with strong, predatory and unambiguous emotions. Their dramaturgy is simple: flash, then a dive into darkness, and finally ruminating. But to go through something and then tell the story - that is not simple at all.

The play proves that "True love is actually impossible". Or maybe "true mutuality"? Love lasts after it is over, and it changes into something new. Into what? That is what "Coming Out" is about.


7:00 PM
Przodownik Stage
21 OlesińskaSt., Warsaw


Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 6-7
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HIDEOUS MEN
David Foster Wallace
OBRZYDLIWCY

Hideous men: addicted to sex, cynical, mediocre. Focused on themselves and their pleasures; often in yet another therapy. No one is ordinary here. Or rather: no one is normal here. Only if you want to know what men really think.

Based on the cult American writer David Foster Wallace's "Brief Interviews With Hideous Men".


Przodownik Stage
21 OlesińskaSt., Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 6-7
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THE FAITH HEALER
Brian Friel
Cudotwórca

A story about Frank, the faith healer, his wife, Grace and his impresario, Teddy. For many years they have been travelling around remote Scottish and Welsh villages giving elevated performances. Using secret spells and supernatural powers Frank sometimes succeeds to cure the sick. At times he performs miracles. The three characters’ confessions reveal the stories of their lives and the complicated mechanisms of their mutual dealings, relationships and feelings. They tell the truth – but each of them their own; with every new confession we can see the discrepancies in the narrated events and experiences. A left out incident is enough to completely change the picture. Faith healer is a beautifully written story about love, friendship and commitment. And also about the desire for profit, the inexplicable powers of the human mind, about miracles. Can we hope for a miracle if we believe in something hard enough? And what if a miracle does not happen despite our deep faith? Faith healer encourages the spectators to take a detective’s viewpoint. Three characters tell the same story which reaches its climax in County Donegal, but their usage of emphasis or judgment of events or even their account of basic facts vary in each narration. We need to create our own version of the truth and understand why the characters shun from it – Charles Spencer wrote in “The Telegraph” about the play.   


7:30 PM
H. MikołajskaStage
Palace of Culture and Science,
1 Defilad Square, Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 1-5, seats 10-20

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OUR CLASS
Tadeusz Słobodzianek
Nasza klasa

„Our Class” – awarded with the Nike Literary Award play about 20th century Poland inspired by true events. The story about classmates, for which nationality, religion and ideology became more important than friendship.

An unusual story about classmates who learn, play and grow up together. They dream of becoming a pilot, a doctor or a film star. They read Sienkiewicz's "Trilogy", watch films with Chaplin and listen to jazz. Why the boy who cut out the paper heart and wrote a love poem for the girl from his class, a few years later tied her hands and threatened to shoot her if she tried to escape? What happened that nationality, religion and ideology turned out to be more important than friendship? When did the classmate become a stranger? What happened with that class? The story about 20th century Poland inspired by true events.


7:00 PM
T. Łomnicki Stage on Wola
22 Kasprzaka St., Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 7-13

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THE VISIT
Friedrich Dürrenmatt
Wizyta starszej pani

The richest woman on Earth, the seven times married and divorced leopardess arrives at her home town where trains do not stop and unemployment has beaten the record. Everyone’s expecting pots of money. But Claire Zachanassian is driven by revenge for her banishment and the humiliation she had been exposed to and her child’s death. She can fulfil the townfolks’ expectations providing they commit murder. Are they ready to pay such a prize? This is a story with elements of horror, comedy and reportage on crime. Like Medea in Greek mythology or Black Mamba in Tarantino’s film, Claire subordinates her life to getting even. Using the classical theme, Dürrenmatt shows us the workings of temptation and poses a question just how far the pursuit for money can be taken.

G. Holoubek Stage
Palace of Culture and Science, 1 Defilad Square, Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
stalls, rows 7-15
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POOR ME, THE BITCH AND HER NEW GUY
Michał Walczak
Biedny ja, suka i jej nowy koleś

 

What is the difference between contemporary love and love? The expiry date. The Bitch comes across the Poor Me at a swimming pool, and they move in together. It is a great feeling, but Her New Beau appears. They are all running away from loneliness, but in their relationships they tend to focus only on themselves. While serving the audience a mix of drama, observational comedy and absurd theatre, Michał Walczak takes a look at the meaning of the words ”love” and ”friendship”. The director Piotr Jędrzejas consciously uses kitsch and plays with theatrical conventions.


7:00 PM
Przodownik Stage
21 OlesińskaSt., Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 6-7

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WOMEN OF NO IMPORTANCE
Alan Bennett
Kobiety bez znaczenia

One of them goes through life noiselessly; the other one seeks attention. Two women, protagonists of Alan Bennett’s parallel monodramas, are extremely unlike each other: the plain Jane is complacent about her uneventful life; the ruthless investigator looks for imperfection and mischief in everyone around her. The play tells a story of two lonely women who do not want to sink into oblivion. The characters are portrayed by the outstanding Halina Łabonarska and Małgorzata Niemirska.


7:30 PM
H. MikołajskaStage
Palace of Culture and Science,
1 Defilad Square, Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 1-5, seats 10-20

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CABARET
J. MASTEROFF, J. KANDER, F. EBB

Based on a play by John Van Druten and a book by Christopher Isherwood.

Meine Damen und Herren, Ladies and Gentlemen! Welcome to the Kit Kat Club; welcome to pre-war Berlin, a city that can party like no other! We will follow a love affair between a female cabaret singer and an American writer. We may live in a crazy world of cabaret, yet we cannot help but feel the growing atmosphere of danger behind our doors. Berlin is like Titanic: the band keeps playing and the dancers carry on whirling as the ship is about to crash into an iceberg. One of the best films in the movie history was based on the musical. ”Cabaret” is a source of standards such as ”Money, Money”, ”Welcome to Berlin” and ”Don’t Tell Mama”.


8:00 PM
G. Holoubek Stage
Palace of Culture and Science, 1 Defilad Square, Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
stalls, rows 7-15

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THE STORY OF JAKUB
Tadeusz Słobodzianek
Historia Jakuba

Based on the true story of a priest philosopher who finds out he is not who he thinks he is. In search of his true identity, he begins to acutely feel how different and other he is in a world that seems to increasingly require a distinct definition of one’s ancestry, ethnicity and faith. His attempts to reconcile his uniqueness send him on a fast-paced and humorous journey of unexpected adventures, despite the underlying tragedy of his discovery.

With Łukasz Lewandowski as Jakub; Małgorzata Rożniatowska, Izabela Dąbrowska, Magdalena Smalara and Zbigniew Dziduch as a typical Polish family; Magdalena Czerwińska, Marta Król, Marcin Sztabiński and Otar Saralidze as a Jewish family.

Ondrej Spišák directs, continuing his more than fifteen year collaboration with Tadeusz Słobodzianek. Their joint productions, including “Nasza klasa” (Our Class), “Malambo”, “Merlin. Inna historia” (Merlin. A Different Story), “Prorok Ilja” (The Prophet Ilya), “Młody Stalin” (Young Stalin) and “Niedźwiedź Wojtek” (Voytek the Bear) have won numerous awards and enjoy the recognition of audiences both in Poland and abroad.


7:00 PM
T. Łomnicki Stage on Wola
22 Kasprzaka St., Warsaw

Seats from which English subtitles are visible:
rows 7-13

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