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New Plays at Collegium Nobilium
March 3, 2014   
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The Collegium Nobilium Theater, which is run by the National Academy of Dramatic Art in Warsaw, is staging three new plays in March.

The first play, Monolog niezbędny do wygaszenia Nubili Wahlheim (The Necessary Monologue of Extinction of Nubila Wahlheim) by Spanish playwright Angélica Liddell, tells the story of an unloved woman. In this poetic piece, Liddell points out that not being loved by anyone and being aware of that fact is probably one of the most humiliating experiences known to mankind. This version of The Necessary Monologue... was translated and directed by Barbara Ogar as her graduation project. The sets were designed by Aniela Dybowska. The play features music by Zoila Herranz Pintado, who also appears on stage along with Katarzyna Głogowska, Joanna Halinowska and Michał Ziembicki.

Another new play is Pierwszy raz (First Time) written by Michał Walczak and directed by Grzegorz Chrapkiewicz. Starring young actors Monika Mara and Bartosz Wesołowski, the play is being staged by fourth-year students of the Acting Department at the National Academy of Dramatic Art.

The tragic-comic play centers on two people who are in love with each other, or at least think they are. They have met many times, always in the same place, and are now ready to take their erotic fascination to the next level. They want everything that happens before their first sexual encounter to be perfect, but since their conversations are more like two simultaneous monologues, it is clear that they lack a real connection.

As a graduation project, fourth-year students of the Acting Department are also staging Szkice z Dostojewskiego (Sketches from Dostoyevsky), a play based on The Idiot and The Brothers Karamazov by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. Directed by veteran Polish actress and educator Maja Komorowska, the play is divided into two parts. Part one focuses on Myshkin, the main character in The Idiot, and part two on Alexei from The Brothers Karamazov, highlighting the similarities between the two characters.

For performance dates go to www.at.edu.pl
Collegium Nobilium Theater, 22/24 Miodowa St.
Ticket reservation: rezerwacja.tcn@at.edu.pl, tel. 22 635-99-39
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