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A Long Way From Home
February 27, 2015   
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A stage adaptation of Brazilian Short Story by celebrated 20th-century Polish writer Jarosław Iwaszkiewicz will premiere at Warsaw’s National Theater March 28.

Set in Brazil in 1949, the story focuses on a family of well-educated Polish emigrants. Always moving home as the father, an engineer, lands new job contracts, the family long for a place to call their own, debating whether to return to Poland. The hot climate and the beautiful and exotic setting bring hidden desires and Chekhov-style yearnings out of the characters.

The stage adaptation was written by Marcin Hycnar, who also directs the play. The sets were designed by Agnieszka Zawadowska and music was written by Michał Lamża. The cast include popular Polish actors Jerzy Radziwiłłowicz, Aleksandra Justa and Tomasz Sapryk.


Upcoming performances: March 28 (opening night),
29 and 31, 7:30 p.m.
National Theater; Przy Wierzbowej Stage; Entrance from 3 Fredry St.
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