In the spring 2016 Polish theatre will be intensively present in Brazil. After the Tempo Festival, its organizer Sesc São Paolo comes back with another venture. During the Polish Theatre Week three theatres will present their repertoires: TR Warszawa, Studio Theatre in Warsaw and Stefan Żeromski Theatre in Kielce.
Polish Theatre Week will show Brazilian audiences the most interesting Polish performances of the past few years: In the Solitude of Cotton Fields directed by Radosław Rychcik, Ewelina’s Crying directed by Anna Karasińska and Spring, written and directed by Leonardo Moreira who usually works with Cia.Hiato, one of the most interesting theatre groups in São Paulo. The presentation is meant to show the aesthetic diversity of contemporary Polish theatre and the problems it faces.
- 21 and 22 October 2016, 9.30 pm – In the Solitude of Cotton Fields directed by Radosław Rychcik (Stefan Żeromski Theatre in Kielce)
- 25 and 26 October 2016, 9 pm – Ewelina’s Crying directed by Anna Karasińska (TR Warszawa)
- 27, 28, and 29 October 2016, 9:30 pm, and 30 October, 6.30 pm – Spring directed by Leonardo Moreira (Studio Theatre in Warsaw)
If you look for more detailed information, go to Sesc Belenzinho.
The Polish Theatre Week is organized by Sesc São Paolo – Sesc Belenzinho in collaboration with the Adam Mickiewicz Institute under the Culture.pl brand within the framework of a project meant to present Polish culture in Brazil in 2016.
Read more about Polish culture in Brazil here.
Source: own information; edited by AZ, October 2016, translated by AW, October 2016