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New Plays at Kamienica Theater
November 3, 2014   
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A new season at the Kamienica Theater in Warsaw has kicked off the with three new productions.

The first is Psiunio (Toutou), a tragi-comedy written by French husband-and-wife team Daniel and Agnes Besse and directed by Grzegorz Chrapkiewicz. Through witty dialogue, a string of funny situations and misunderstandings, Psiunio exposes weak spots in relationships, showing that differences between the sexes sometimes put them worlds apart. As the wife and husband in the play discuss seemingly trivial matters, frustrations start to snowball. Hanna ¦leszyńska, Piotr Polk and Tomasz Sapryk deliver solid performances that shed new light on interpersonal relations.

This autumn, young audiences at the Kamienica Theater will be able to enjoy a play entitled Tytus, Romek and A’Tomek, or How to Become an Artist, based on a hugely popular series of Polish comic books by Henryk Jerzy Chmielewski. Directed by Katarzyna Taracińska-Badura, the show delivers a successful combination of Chmielewski’s distinctive humor with several lessons in art. Multimedia displays take viewers on a tour of the historic architecture of London and Paris, teaching them the meaning of art-related terms such as abstraction, contrast and horizon. Music in the show inventively blends hip hop with popular boy scout songs.

The third new play, entitled Love and Politics, will open at the Kamienica Theater Nov. 15. Set in France, this is a story of a prominent politician who siphons off several million from the French national budget, only to find out that somebody knows what he has done. Blackmailed by a fellow party member, the protagonist is faced with a dilemma: should he quit politics or let his wife head off with the blackmailer on an idyllic vacation to Guadeloupe. The cast includes Grażyna Wolszczak, Magdalena Wójcik and Emilian Kamiński.

M.R.

For performance dates go to www.teatrkamienica.pl
Kamienica Theater, 93 Solidarno¶ci Ave.
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