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Summer Theater
June 29, 2015   
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Warsaw’s Dramatyczny Theater is giving audiences a chance to catch up on its recent productions by staging a summer marathon of its plays July 10-31.

Warsaw viewers will be able to see almost all titles staged at the Dramatyczny Theater recently, from major productions with large casts to low-key one-man shows and from classic dramas to light comedies. The theatrical marathon will kick off July 10 with The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, a play by Simon Stephens based on the best-selling novel by Mark Haddon. Directed by Jakub Krofta, this is a new production and the opening show July 10 will be held at the Dramatyczny Theater’s Scena na Woli stage, featuring live music by the Polish duo SzaZa.

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Polish title: Dziwny przypadek psa nocn± por±) tells the story of Christopher, a 15-year-old autistic boy who is a brilliant mathematician and knows almost everything about astronomy. Christopher hates crowds, is afraid of strangers and other people’s feelings are an enigma to him. One day, a neighbor accuses him of killing her dog and Christopher resolves to find the culprit himself. During his private investigation, he discovers inconvenient family secrets and even though he has never been further afield than his street on his own before, he embarks on an exciting trip to London, keeping meticulous notes of every day.

Through the eyes of an outsider, the play delivers a compelling story of love, dreams and overcoming one’s own limitations. The original novel has been translated into 40 languages and the stage version by Stephens has proved a hit in London and on Broadway. The cast of the Polish production includes Krzysztof Szczepaniak, Marta Król and Marcin Sztabiński.

For further information and tickets go to www.bilety.teatrdramatyczn.pl, tel. 22 656-68-44
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