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Love, Life and God
June 3, 2015   
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A new production at Warsaw’s Dramatyczny Theater asks fundamental questions about the meaning of life and love and investigates people’s attitude to God.

The play, with the intriguing title Summer Wasps Sting Us Even in November (Letnie osy k±saj± nas nawet w listopadzie), was written by Russian dramatist Ivan Vyrypaev and toys with the conventions of domestic comedy and the theater of the absurd.

Playing a parlor game, the three protagonists engage in a friendly conversation that erupts into a confrontation. The masks they wear start to fall away. Childhood memories and traumas are revealed as the play tackles themes including relationships and the passing of time. Wojciech Urbański, who directs the play, says its title stands for the lies that we try to hide and that always come back to haunt us.

The main characters are played by Witold Dębicki, Katarzyna Herman and Zdzisław Wardejn.

Upcoming performances: June 14, 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.
Dramatyczny Theater; Na Woli Stage, 22 Kasprzaka St.
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