Teatr Provisorium brings ‘Ice’ to Warsaw Theater Meetings
April 8, 2014
“Lód” (Ice), a play based on the novel by Jacek Dukaj will be shown on the Na Woli Stage of the Dramatyczny Theater on April 9 as part of the 34th Warsaw Theater Meetings
The spectacle, directed by Janusz Opryński is brought to Warsaw by the Teatr Provisorium from Centrum Kultury in Lublin.
It is 1924, an alternative reality in which First World War never happened and Kingdom of Poland has frozen under the rule of Tzar. The main protagonist, Benedykt Gierosławski, a failed philosopher, logician, mathematician, and notorious gambler is hired by the Ministry of Winter to travel to Siberia with a mission to find his father, who had been sent there years ago. Together they will defrost the world. We will get on The Trans-Siberian Railway and we will experience many dangerous adventures together and witness numerous great discussions that follow in the spirit of the grand 19th century Russian intellectual debates.
Stage and lighting designer: Justyna Łagowska, Music: Rafał Rozmus, Stage movement: Leszek Bzdyl,
Cast: Anastazja Bernad, Eliza Borowska, Martyna Kowalik, Karolina Porcari, Jacek Brzeziński, Zbigniew Dziduch, Sławomir Grzymkowski, Romuald Krężel, Łukasz Lewandowski, Paweł Pabisiak, Marek Żerański,
Running time: 225 minutes (including an intermission)
Na Woli Stage of the Dramatyczny Theater
ul. Kasprzaka 22
9 Apr, 7:00 pm
Tickets are available in the box office of Teatr Dramatyczny (22 656 68 44, 22 632 24 78, firstname.lastname@example.org) and on www.bilety.teatrdramatyczny.pl
The full festival program: