Łatwe rzeczy / Simple Things? No, they are not simple. Director Anna Karasińska prefers to call them work rather than play. A work she created with the doyenne of the Olsztyn-based Stefan Jaracz Theatre, Irena Telesz-Burczyk, and one of its most thought-provoking actresses, Milena Gauer. They discuss themselves, the theatre, the dreams of the actors, yearnings, dreams, and disillusions at liberty. The stories are diverse and highly personal, and yet they reflect the truth about the theatre. Łatwe rzeczy / Simple Things is a trifle for the stage, written in noncapital letters, whispered, and thoroughly captivating. Since her debut, Ewelina płacze / Ewelina’s Crying at the TR Warszawa, Anna Karasińska has been a hot name in the young Polish theatre. Her productions have worked out a proprietary minimalist style emphasising the conventionality of onstage reality and drawing from the imagination of the audiences. A meeting with the Olsztyn actresses brought a new colour into the theatre, resulting in an unforgettable show for people of great sensitivity.