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Closely watched trains to premiere at Dramatyczny Theater
September 20, 2017   
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"Closely watched trains”, Bohumil Hrabal’s postwar classic about a young man's coming of age in German-occupied Czechoslovakia made into a theater play, will open the new season at the Dramatyczny Theater in Warsaw.

The play, directed by Jakub Krofta, tells a story of Milosz Pipka (played by Otar Saralidze), a timid railroad apprentice who insulates himself with fantasy against a reality filled with cruelty and grief. Day after day as he watches trains fly by, he torments himself with the suspicion that he himself is being watched and with fears of impotency. Pipka finally affirms his manhood and, with a sense of peace and purpose he has never known before, heroically confronts a trainload of Nazis.

The play will premiere on September 22 on the Na Woli Stage, Kasprzaka street

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