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Three New Plays
June 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 June.

Two of the plays are being staged by the academy’s third-year students. The first is The Bald Soprano by Eugene Ionesco. This grotesque theater of the absurd classic delivers a parody of conventions and stereotypes. The other play, Inscription by Gérald Sibleyras, is an exam project overseen by Polish theater actor and director Wojciech Malajkat. He describes the play as a story of manipulation and the emotions it evokes.

The third new play at the Collegium Nobilium Theater is a graduation project by Wojciech Pitala, a student of the Directing Department. Entitled Niewinni Postczarodzieje (Innocent Post-Sorcerers), the play is set in present-day Warsaw. The protagonist is Andrzej, a physician in his late 20s who is into all things alternative. Andrzej plays in several bands, loves to quote trendy philosophers and watch obscure black-and-white “old-school” movies. His casual dates with women never lead to anything meaningful and are basically about “playing it cool.” Then, a turning point comes when an album released by one of his bands sells more than 100 copies. The play is being staged in the auditorium (main entrance to the academy).

Tickets zl.30 (full price) and 20 (concessions), available at rezerwacja.tcn@at.edu.pl and tel. 22 635-99-39.

For performance dates go to www.at.edu.pl
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