Gromada


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Gromada

 

a rural commune in the Ukraine and Byelorussia up until the beginning of the 20th century.


Gromada

 

in the Polish People’s Republic, an administrative and territorial unit comprising several rural settlements. The local organ of state power in the gromada is the people’s council, elected for a four-year term by citizens who have attained the age of 18.

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Music and sound were by John Gromada, lighting by Brian Aidous, sets by Kyle Chepulis, and costumes by Mary Myers.
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This unique meeting will take place on October 6th, 2016 in the GROMADA Airport Hotel in Warsaw, Poland.
Sets, Daniel Ostling; costtmms Illna Somogyi; fighting, Allen Lee Hughes; sound, John Gromada.
Original music by John Gromada contributes to the sense of magic.
and sound designer John Gromada (Broadway's Rabbit Hole and A Streetcar Named Desire).
The overall aesthetic of the production is, like the music by John Gromada and Fabio's costumes, an interesting marriage of two worlds--Dostoevsky's Russia in the late 1800s and that of Robert Montgomery in 1970.