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Premieres Galore
September 30, 2013   
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The new season at the Narodowy Theater in Warsaw will see seven premieres being staged.

The first is Silence About Job, directed by Piotr Cieplak and based on the Book of Job, as translated by Polish poet Czesław Miłosz, the winner of a Nobel prize for literature. The play will have its premiere Oct. 24 on the theater’s main stage (Bogusławskiego Hall).

Starting in November, the Narodowy Theater will stage a new version of Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Directed by Grzegorz Chrapkiewicz, the play features a stellar cast and music by famous Polish jazz pianist and composer Leszek Możdżer. The premiere will take place Nov. 15 on the theater’s other stage, on Wierzbowa Street.

In December, young audiences will see Pchła Szachrajka, the tale of a deceitful flea, based on a poem by famous children’s writer Jan Brzechwa. The play will be directed by actress Anna Seniuk.

In January, Bogusławskiego Hall will be the venue of the much-anticipated premiere of a play based on the best-selling novel Ice by Russian postmodern writer Vladimir Sorokin. His prose has been adapted for the stage by Konstantin Bogomolov, who also directs the play. The semi-fantasy play is set in Moscow, where a mysterious organization is hunting for blue-eyed, blond men. Once kidnapped, they are subjected to a sadistic experiment—but then a piece of ice from outer space unexpectedly brings new hope to them.
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