Performances

 

After forty years of living together do we know everything about our partner? It is not even about some hidden secrets, but about a never-ending desires, aspirations or preferences. For the first time Grażyna and Marian stay in a luxury hotel to celebrate the 40th anniversary of their marriage totally different, as they did before. However, they do not know the practical meaning of the word “luxury”, which causes even problem of getting into the room or aversion to the exotic – as per their taste – menu in the local restaurant. It would seem this is a standard situation of a marriage from countryside. The weekend would have been a more miserable, when a man came out under the bed (a newly elected minister who is in a very awkward situation), and the receptionist who supposes an intercourse among of these three people to spice up their boring married life. The Prime Minister has the minister up, but the minister can not reveal himself for fear of scandal (in the opinion of the public, because he is known as a morally incorruptible man). From that point the couple begins to rebuild their lives (in erotic way as well). Danny, the concierge – Daniel, but his colleagues call him so – would most likely turn this not-exist-triangle into an-exist-quadrangle. Who and how will come out of this situation, when for each side the situation starts to be uncomfortable?

Polish language performance

Cast:
Grażyna – Halina Chrobak
Marian – Józef Mika
Portier – Maciej Zuchowicz / Sławomir Doliniec / Piotr Zwolski
Somebody – Paweł Ferens
Correspodent – Maciej Orłoś (appearence on screen)
Prime minister – Sylwester Biraga (appearence on screen)

Make-up by Natalia Kida
Written by Krzysztof Kędziora
Directed and scenic design by Sylwester Biraga

Running time: 120 min | 1 intermission | Ticket price online: 50 zł | Ticket price at counter: 55 zł

The show is co-financed by Urząd m. St. Warszawy

Take one great play, then add a famous director, and finally mix-in some amateur actors – now watch the fun as it all goes horribly wrong!

Professional (and famous!) English director James Jarvis is in town to direct his masterpiece play! Unfortunately, things get off to a disastrous start when he’s told he will be working with amateur actors. And there’s even more bad news for him – they don’t have enough actors, so his girlfriend will have to be in it!

How To Ruin A Great Play! guarantees huge laughs and is the perfect show for those who love a traditional British comedy of mishaps and mayhem.

Age Recommendation: 11+
Ideal for people learning English!

Reżyseria: Don Allen

EnglishTouringTheatreCompany

Running time: 90 min | Ticket price online: 50 zł | Ticket price at counter: 55 zł

The show is co-financed by Urząd m. St. Warszawy

 

The only Burlesque Review in Poland, including a specially composed musical prelude, sky-high evolutions, duets and solo performances, singing and live music.
All this is showered with glitter profusely.

Come on June 15, sit back and enjoy the uninterrupted view of the stage, where the premiere numbers will feature the best performers of the Polish scene: Master B. Boylesque and Maggie Rabbit in a surprising visually and vocally duet, Rebel Ballerina in a perfect, dazzling dance, the queen of the classical burlesque Rose de Noir, like no one joining the glamor of the comedy of Juicy Jane and Niksa Aerial Poetry, who is dancing in the clouds, Stage boy – Pony Boy.

Dreams come true at Teatr Druga Strefa!

Directed, script and scenic designed by Sylwester Biraga
Overture and finale choreographed by Natalia Maria Wojciechowska
Music composed for the overture and finale by Marcin Nierubiec
Costumes designed for the overture and finale by Marcin Żak
Costumes designed for Maggie Rabbit and Master B’s duo by Marta Nanowska
Accompaniment: Monika Kolasińska
Technician: Eligiusz Baranowski
Media: Krzysztof Break Szaradowski LEVEL UP ETVM
Photo: Sergiej Krawczenko | Michał Rogoziński | Marcin Wisnios

Running time: 120 min | 1 intermission | Ticket price online: 55 zł | Ticket price at counter: 70 zł

The show is co-financed by Urząd m. St. Warszawy