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Roma Theater Opens New Stage
December 16, 2009   
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Warsaw's Roma Music Theater Dec. 5 opened a new stage for low-key musical shows, music and poetry productions, literary cabaret acts, chanson, song recitals and monodramas, or small theatrical pieces performed by a single actor.

The new stage is called Nova Scena and its artistic director is Jerzy Satanowski, a well-known composer of theatrical and movie scores, a conductor and theater director.

The first production to be shown at Nova Scena is Zabawki Pana Boga (Our Lord's Toys), a play written and directed by Satanowski. It is a story of three great figures of Poland's postwar cultural scene who are no longer alive: poet Agnieszka Osiecka, writer Marek Hłasko, and composer Krzysztof Komeda.

In December, Nova Scena will also stage Ulica Szarlatanów (Charlatan Street), a music show based on poems by Konstanty Ildefons Gałczyński set to music composed by Grzegorz Turnau, Jan Kanty Pawlu¶kiewicz and Jerzy Satanowski.

The next show, Domofon-czyli ¶piewniczek Stanisławy Celińskiej (Stanisława Celińska's Little Song Book), is a recital by Stanisława Celińska, a film and theater actress as well as a singer. In the show, Celińska will sing songs with lyrics by Osiecka, Gałczyński, Bulat Okudjava and Bertold Brecht.
(MR)
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