PIRKTI BILIETUS

You’ll be Pleased, Madam; or the Very Last Wedding in Kamyk Village (N-18)

Teatr Nowy (Poznan, Poland)

Performance in Polish with Lithuanian and English subtitles, translated by Irena Aleksaitė

Premiere 25.03.2017

Director, stage designer, costume designer Agata Duda-Gracz
Composer Jakub Ostaszewski
Choreographer Tomasz Wesołowski
Light artist Katarzyna Łuszczyk
Cast: Dorota Abbe, Bożena Borowska-Kropielnicka, Gabriela Frycz, Karolina Głąb, Małgorzata Łodej-Stachowiak, Edyta Łukaszewska, Anna Mierzwa / Agnieszka Różańska, Julia Rybakowska, Maria Rybarczyk, Marta Szumieł, Łukasz Chrzuszcz / Łukasz Schmidt, Radosław Elis, Michał Kocurek, Mateusz Ławrynowicz, Szymon Mysłakowski / Łukasz Chrzuszcz, Andrzej Niemyt, Bartosz Nowicki, Ildefons Stachowiak, Mariusz Zaniewski

There is a village where the weather has stopped. There is a village where silence continues without interruption: you will not hear flies buzzing, wind whistling through the rye in the fields, or a carriage passing. There is a village in which there are no children, where no cow had calves for many years, and hens do not lay eggs. The birth and death mechanism has stopped. No new families are created. Half of the houses are empty, because only the strongest stayed here. And none of the residents are normal.

Will the most pompous wedding of Ziūnia and Siutek interrupt the power of silence, revive the local community and end the dead season? Will everyone live happily ever after? Or maybe an upcoming apocalypse is unstoppable? Only one thing is clear: an uninvited wedding guest entered the door: “evil”.

Duration: 3:30 (with a break)

Awards:
Prize for best direction – X International Theatre Festival Boska Komedia, 2017;
Best Actor Award (Edyta Łukaszewska) – X International Theatre Festival Boska Komedia, 2017;
Award of Tadeusz Żeleński-Boy from the Polish International Theatre Critics Association to the performance director Agata Duda-Gracz;
Critics Choice Award – IV New Theatre Festival, Rzeszow, 2017.

Polish theater days official partner – Adam Mickiewicz Institute (Warsaw, Poland)