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Acropolis

Acropolis

Teatr Współczesny, Szczecin, Lengyelország/Poland

Director: Anna Augustynowicz

In Polish with Hungarian subtitles

1 hours 40 minutes, without breaks.

Színészek/Actors:
Éjszaka: Maria Wieczorek (vendég),  
Angyalok:Robert Gondek, Joanna Matuszak, Marian Dworakowski, Maciej Likowski,
Nő Ankwicz szoborról: Magdalena Myszkiewicz
Ámor Ankwicz szoborról: Paweł Adamski,
Hölgy Skotnicki szoborról: Grażyna Madej,
Tempus: Arkadiusz Buszko,
Klió Soltyk monumentumáról: Iwona Kowalska,
Włodzimierz Potocki mellszobra: Wojciech Sandach,  
Krisztus Hedvig Királynő Keresztjéról: Konrad Beta
Hektór: Adam Kuzycz-Berezowski,
Priamosz: Grezegorz Młudzik,
Hekuba: Ewa Sobiech,
Helena: Magdalena Wrani-Sztachowska,
Párisz: Paweł Niczewski,
Andromakhé: Barbara Lewandowska,
Kasszandra: Maria Dąbrowska
Izaak: Konrad Pawicki,
Ezaw: Szymon Rząca (vendég),
Rebecca: Anna Januszewska,
Jacob: Michał Lewandowski,
Rachel: Ewa Sobczak,
Laban: Jacek Piątkowski,
Lea: Beata Zygarlicka,
Angyal: Adrianna Janowska-Moniuszko
Hárfás: Przemysław Walich

 

Dramaturg/Dramaturge: Włodzimierz Szturc
Díszlettervező/Set designer: Marek Braun
Jelmez/Costumes: Wanda Kowalska
Zene/Music: Jacek Wierzchowski
Koreográfia/Choreography: Zbigniew Szymczyk
Video-vetítés/Video projection:Wojciech Kapela
Fénytervező/ Lighting director: Krzysztof Sendke
Rendezőasszisztensek/Assistants to the director: Tomasz Kaczorowski, Adam Kuzycz-Berezowski
Ügyelő/Stage manager: Jolanta Sadkowska

Director

Anna Augustynowicz

MS
Main Stage
Anna Augustynowicz

Anna Augustynowicz

Anna Augustynowicz has graduated from the Jagiellonian University in theatre arts. She also studied directing at the National Academy of Theatre in Krakow. Since 1992 she has been the artistic director of the Contemporary Theatre in Szczecin. Throughout her career she has directed in many renowned theatres, in the Wybrzeze Theatre in Gdansk, the Powszechny Theatre in Warsaw, TR Warsaw, The Contemporary Theatre of Wroclaw, the Stefan Jaracz Theatre in Lódz. She has realized four plays for the Television Theatre. She mainly chooses her repertoire from contemporary dramaturgy both Polish and foreign. She often finds innovatives texts that fight stereotypes both in the way we think as well as in the linguistic sphere. She has frequently realized world premieres. Anna Augustynowicz’s plays, although now and then considered controversial, are highly appreciated by critics and the audience. She has frequently received numerous awards at various theatre festivals. The director has also been a winner of Polityka Passport (1988, a prestigious prize awarded by a Polish weekly ‘Polityka’) for ‘ courageous, wise plays that touch sensitive spots of our age, as well as for artistic shape of the Contemporary Theatre’. In 2014 Augustynowicz received a Zygmunt Hubner prize as the ‘Theatre Personality’ – a prestigious award meant for outstanding theatre creators who make artistic theatre in the spirit of civic thought.

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