|11 December 2018
||Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow — Small Stage|
Directed by:Ewa Rucińska
Tickets50 / 30
Ewa Rucińska in the role of a fourth-year student of the National Academy of Theatre Arts in Kraków and drama director asked the fundamental question: “What the poets-prophets of the nation would write about Poland AD 2018?” She tries to answer the question whether the raison d'être of the great national myths still holds in the days of democracy. And if it doesn’t, what should fill the void they have left? Poets-Prophets are an attempt at confrontation with the sources of our national experiencing of Polishness. It is also an attempt at grasping contemporary Polishness: reaching the sources of the culture of collective bond to pain and suffering. It is also a question about the validity of the romantic concept and its real-life consequences, political included.
Scriptwriter and Director: Ewa Rucińska
Artistic Supervisor: Dr Remigiusz Brzyk
Weronika Kowalska, Kacper Lech, Jakub Sasak i Marcin Sztendel