- Author: Aleksander Fredro
- Direction: Anna Augustynowicz
- Scenography: Marek Braun
- : Jacek Wierzchowski
- Light design: Krzysztof Sendke
- : Michał Telega (WRD PWST)
- Stage manager: Iwona Cieślik
- Production: Agata Schweiger
- The Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow - The Grand Stage
- Premiere: 06.10.2017
Anna Augustynowicz, one of the most important Polish directors, is staging Revenge – one of the most important Polish dramas! Fredro's comedy is set at the time at the time of building a wall.
Anna Augustynowicz, one of the most important Polish directors, is staging Revenge – one of the most important Polish dramas! Fredro's comedy is set at the time of building a wall. Today, however, Revenge could be about sawing a table in half. A table at which we are all sitting. And which is about to...
Augustynowicz is reading Revenge in a world where our romantic world of Gustav-Konrads and Kordians is becoming more and more debased by the likes of Cześnik and the Notary. She brings out the beauty and rhythm of a poem at a time when poetry is so rare. She does not obediently follow Fredro, she changes the optics. She is looking at us through the eyes of the rejected, the unwanted. She is seeking laughter, but not the simple, village fair kind, but the laughter of a jester.
Peace! Yes, peace! And may God bless us?