Comedy about love, passion, and metaphysics. It was inspired by William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” and Ingmar Bergman’s “Smiles of a Summer Night”.
„Antyhona” is a story of the curse put on Creon and the house of the Labdakids, which comes true in the town of Krynki.
“Chernobyl. Last minute” is a play which arose from performative reading of an adaptation of “The Chernobyl Prayer. A Chronicle of the Future” by Svetlana Alexievich.
“Cherry Docs” is a play that depicts a meeting between two people of diametrically opposed attitudes: a skinhead who murdered an Indian, and a liberal Jew supposed to serve as his lawyer.
Willy Loman arrives at a sad conclusion that for 40 years he has been selling fascinating products of modernity to people in distant parts of the world, to finally come to a point when nobody wants to buy anything from him.
„Departures of Trains” is a play devoted to the condition of contemporary actors. Actor and Actress, in order to save the performance, have to play eight characters together.
Flamboyant study of a Soviet man’s mentality. For 17 years, we have been able to watch and hear him on the stage of the Drama Theater in Białystok in a daring rendition by Krzysztof Ławniczak.
The war, though undeclared, is a fact – and so called ‘peace’ has become a silent means of its continuation.
Hektary does not differ from any other village in Poland. The 80s. The mud, processions, occasional feasts, the smell of earth, the buzzing of flies, litanies said next to roadside crosses and… longing for something that is permanent, eternal, repeatable.
„Momo” is a story aimed at children, adolescents and parents. It tackles one of the most serious problems of the contemporary world, i.e. lack of time.
‘Shakespeare’ is a multilayered performance about human passions and desires, about violence in art, theatralization of politics and politics in theatre.
“Shear Madness” is a play based on interaction between the stage and the audience, between actors and audience who give the final verdict based on their analysis of the plot and testimonies of the suspected persons.
Sońka is a story that takes place on the Polish-Belarusian borderland. It is a war romance without any sentimentalities.
Sławomir Mrożek’s ‘The Emigrants’ is now considered classics. The performance will be an attempt to interpret the text in a new way by throwing it into a contemporary context.
An amazing comedy by the Russian playwright, Nikolai Kolyada (author of “The Dead Princess”, “Marilyn Mongoł”, “Baby Chanel”), in our Theater. It is the story of one night of provincial actors’ life, told in a reckless way.
Gogol’s drama is taking place between the lightning and the crack of the thunder (as Nabokov wrote).