Divine Preludes: "Mateluna"
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Little Divine Comedy
Verdict of 9th Divine Comedy International Theatre Festival
The Closing Ceremony
Thrilled, touched and moved…
FESTIVAL - DAY TWO
Festival has just started!
Polish elements in international shows
Forefathers The Fortress - debate with Paweł Passini
”Wyspiański Liberates” at the Divine Comedy Festival
Iranian actress joins the INFRNO jury board
PURGATORIO - Cracow's trail
Meet the jury - Yun-Cheol Kim
Meet The Jury - Alejandro Moreno
Meet the jury - Jason Danino-Holt
Opening Gala - "The Plastics" by Grzegorz Wiśniewski
In the search of divine volunteers!
Divine Premieres - The Whale The Globe
Press conference of the 9th Divine Comedy Festival - tickets on sale!
Poland has not yet perished — Divine Comedy Festival 2016
Gold Cross of Scene for Krystian Lupa and Heroes' Square
Have a divine New Year!
Divine ending with premiere
Day 10: We know the winners!
Day 9: at night the final of the Polish Competition!
Day eight: meet the divine jury
Day 7: divine emotions
Attractions of the day 6
Day 5: starting with Theatre Spirits
Day 4: Polish Competition Shows!
The third day of the festival!
Second day of the festival: two premieres!
Divine Reports from Onet.film
Divine Comedy is starting...
We've got the catalogues of this year's Divine Comedy festival
Divine volunteers - recruitment finished!
The Divine Exhibition is coming soon
We know the programme of this year's edition!
Divine programme of this edition coming soon
We know the programme of Purgatorio
We are searching for divine volunteers!
Request Concert enthusiastically received at the Prapremiere Festival
The first tickets for the Divine Comedy Festival coming soon!
Request Concert among the best productions
Request Concert shown in Finland
"Request concert" goes to Finland
Award given to 'Request Concert'
Man of the day - Krzysztof Dracz
Spicy theatre - story by Margarete AFFENZELLER,
Verdict of the 7th International Divine Comedy Festival
Divine questionnaire — Aśka Grochulska
Debate: Art and Politics: a Landscape of Mutual Misunderstanding?
Divine Questionnaire — Cezary Tomaszewski
Meet the jury!
The Peszek Toasts
Divine Questionnaire — Ewa Skibińska
Divine Questionnaire - Adam Szczyszczaj
Divine Questionnaire - Bogumił Misala
Divine Questionnaire - Łukasz Chotkowski
Tickets for each episodes of "The Curse..." now on sale
Divine tickets on tiketto
Divine questionnaire — Błażej Peszek
PARADISO: Young Laboratory
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Hard Gat, Dead World
Danuta Stenka in Yana Ross' "Request Concert"
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When they come to burn your home
Official date of the 7th edition of festival!
Dantesque Scenes - "The Bat"
The second festival day
Here we go!
Eat, play, love
Eat a cake and have a cake
Sorrows of the tropics
The Fusion Theatre
Travelling with images
Who did kill Laura Palmer?
Children on the stage
Dada Horror Picture Show
The smallest theatre in Poland
"The Mission Fun Club"
"Sorrows of the tropics" photo session
INFERNO: Catherine the Great
First performance of INFERNO
The first presentation of one of the Polish Contest, INFERNO performances, that is Maja Kleczewska’s A Winter’s Journey, took place yesterday. The show is a coproduction of Polski Theatre in Bydgoszcz and Powszechny Theatre in Łódź and is based on a play by a controversial Austrian Noble Prize-winner, Elfriede Jelinek. The festival audience was absolutely amazed and bewitched with the intense acting influenced by the aesthetics of the post-dramatic theatre but also performance art with its emphasis on the material and bodily presence of the stage personas. Kleczewska, together with the dramaturg, Łukasz Chotkowski, start an avalanche of contexts, words and dense, symbolic stage images that not only reflect the original text, but also broaden its meanings, painfully making us aware of the modern social mechanisms. The artists in a fierce, passionate, unsentimental way present media hypocrisy, inability to talk to the others and social indifference. The stage is filled with unusual, symbolic creatures: huge teddy bears, a jock showing off his muscles, abandoned brides, women imprisoned in the Austrian basements and last but not least, Jelinek herself, who appears in the finale and predicts a collapse of the world built on the hypocrisy and oppressive cultural rules. Impressive set design by Wojciech Puś, that in the first part of the shows serves as a mysterious chamber with tulle curtains, once they fall down, turns out to be a kind of a funny house, with its mirrors reflecting our most hidden fears and desires. Those who missed yesterday’s performance have the last chance to see it tonight at 8 PM at Łaźnia Nowa Theatre!