The Małopolska Garden of Art - The MOS Stage
In the sixteen years since its first edition, the book – seething with sexism and plain boorishness – has managed to become first outdated and then unexpectedly up to date again. In an era when the demons of nationalism come out of their shadows, Dorota Masłowska's Polish-Russki War takes on a striking, venomous glow.
Published in 1903, Stanisław Wyspiański's drama presents a political, but also highly personal conflict between the representatives of various authorities.
In this play, the authors tackle the basic questions of today's Poland: Should we always look back to the past? Who should be honoured and for what?