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WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE

A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM

2h 45min ( with intermission) | Scena im. G. Holoubka

On a night when everything turns topsy-turvy, when the human world mixes with the fairy world, feelings alter and the dreams that follow reveal true passions. Hungarian director, Gábor Máté’s, contemporary interpretation is full of love, energy and laughter. But the magical story is also interspersed with bitterness, obsession, unrequited desires and licentious longings. The conquest of romantic love, after all, requires every trick in the book and the battle tends to be ruthless.
With its masterful mix of the cruel with the playful, the magical with the ordinary, this production escapes the trappings of a four century-old interpretation and proves why it is still the most popular Shakespeare play to be staged.

This play is intended for audiences over 16 years of age. It contains scenes of a sexual and violent nature, which may be considered controversial. Please be advised that the play is strictly a reflection of an artistic vision.

PREMIERE October 12, 2018, G. Holubek Stage

Tobacco products are used during the performance.
 


fot. photos from the performance: Katarzyna Chmura, poster photo: Katarzyna Chmura

Creators

director
Gábor Máté
translation
Konstanty Ildefons Gałczyński
scenography
Balázs Cziegler
costumes
Anni Füzer
musical direction
Małgorzata Hauschild
director’s cooperation
Anna Gryszkówna, Aldona Figura
costume designer’s assistant
Olga Hofman

Cast

Sławomir Grzymkowski Tezeusz, Oberon
Agnieszka Warchulska (gościnnie) Hipolita, Tytania
Agnieszka Wosińska Filostrata, Puk
Tomasz Budyta Egeusz, Elf
Agata Różycka Hermia
Anna Szymańczyk Helena         
Marcin Stępniak Lizander
Kamil Szklany Demetriusz
Adam Ferency Quince
Robert T. Majewski Saucer, Pyram
Mariusz Wojciechowski Duda, Tyzbe
Zbigniew Dziduch Spój, Lion
Henryk Niebudek Snout, The Wall
Maciej Wyczański Weakling, The Moon
Mariusz Drężek / Kamil Siegmund Priest
Konrad Żygadło (gościnnie) / Michał Klawiter Indie boy / Choirboy

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