At this difficult time, three Warsaw theatres, the Polish Theater (Teatr
Polski), the Dramatic Theater (Teatr
Dramatyczny), and the Theater Studio (Teatr
Studio) decided to donate music manuscripts to the University of Warsaw Library.
The Polish Teatr
Grodzki presents Somewhere over the Rainbow piece, based on the memories of actors who are hearing impaired.
Two years in the making, it was a co-production between Imagineer Productions and Teatr
Biuro Podrozy, and tells of Leonte's journey through his morbid jealousy to his final redemption in a thought-provoking and emotional interpretation of one of Shakespeare's most enigmatic and under-performed plays.
The company housing this unlikely hybrid work was Teatr
.doc, a troupe known for heavy-hitting political documents like September.doc, about the bloody Beslan hostage crisis in 2004, or One Hour Eighteen, which offered a stark account of the death of a whistle-blowing lawyer while in prison.
The tri-lingual play is a co-production with Teatr
Piba from Brittany and is staged in Welsh, Breton and French.
Created in co-production with Teatr
Piba from Brittany, the project will be the first time for the theatre group to co-produce a play with a company from abroad.
Performances by Teatr
Pero's Aston's Stones at 1.30pm and 4.30pm.
The text concludes with an appendix, "From the Film Il Teatr
Laboratorium di Jerzy Grotowski: Jerzy Grotowski Interviewed by Marianne Ahrne" (219-30), and notes on contributors (231-33).
In the case of The Glass Mountain, Trestle has collaborated with experienced Polish theatre practitioners formerly of Teatr
Piesn Kozla (Song of the Goat) and Gardzienice to bring Eastern and Western European theatre styles together.
We were very lucky in that we were able to take advice from companies like Teatr
Praktika and Teatr
.Doc, two new writing venues in Moscow.
Summary: As of Thursday morning at 11:30 a.m., Jarek Siejkowski, 39, an actor with the eight-person Polish theater group Teatr
Biuro Podrozy, was afraid.
The mainstage will host productions from three of the 10 countries joining' the European Union in May: "Festen" (an adaptation of the Dogma film, from Warsaw's Teatr
Rozmaitosci, in January); "Dance in Time" (Budapest's Vigszinhaz, in March), and a "Midsummer Night's Dream" from the Mladinsko Theater in Ljubljana, Slovenia, in May.