The international jury has recognised the 12 most trend-setting European festivals of 2015 from a pool of 760 festivals from 31 countries. One of those awarded was Malta Festival in Poznań. Read more »
Agnieszka Sural talks to Magdalena Moskalewicz, the curator of the Polish Pavilion at the 2015 Art Biennale in Venice, where she is presenting a project by Joanna Malinowska and C.T. Jasper, “Halka/Haiti. 18°48′05′′N 72°23′01′′W”. Read more »
Michał Kmiecik is a playwright, director, and dramaturg that has, in a very short time, made a name for himself collaborating with older established artists and gaining a reputation as an agent provocateur of the avant garde. Read more »
The staging is raw and simple. I believe the 19th century is already behind me stated Michał Zadara about Lilac Weneda, a romantic drama by Juliusz Słowacki presented in contemporary, military costumes at the Powszechny Theatre in Warsaw.Read more »
The calendar of the 2015/2016 season is filled with visits from Polish theatres across various international stages. We will hear of Warlikowski in France, of Kantor in China, of Hindu widows, and the discoveries of Polish dancer and choreographer, who transformed Afro-Brazilian cults of possession.
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Playwright Magda Fertacz and director Łukasz Chotkowski created a play bringing up one of the most difficult problems of modern India: the social situation of widows. The play, before hitting the boards, will be presented at the "Non Fiction" Documentary Theatre Festival in Sopot and in Warsaw's Powszechny Theatre. Read more »
Małgorzata Sikorska-Miszczuk is one of Poland’s leading contemporary dramatists, librettists and dramaturgs. Restless and ambitious, her writing and interests are continually on the move including documentary theatre, original plays, collaboration, adaptation, and contemporary opera. Read more »