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Fern flower

Direction: Jakub Krofta

The Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow - The Grand Stage

Fern Flower is a family play inspired by the work of Stanisław Wyspiański and a classic fairy tale about the search for the unattainable. How to achieve immortality? Is it at all possible? And at what cost?

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1,5 h
< 15 EN

Hamlet

Author: William Shakespeare / Stanisław Wyspiański

The Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow - The Grand Stage

‘In Poland the mystery of Hamlet is the following: what in Poland is there to think about’.

These are Wyspiański's words from his Study on Hamlet, written feverishly in several days – a work that constitutes a source of inspiration for many Polish directors. Wyspiański contained therein his fascination with the phenomenon of theatre, his love for the brilliant text, and his great desire to read it so profoundly as to shake the conscience of his compatriots.

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> 15

Jacquerie

Author: Jakub Roszkowski

Direction: Jakub Roszkowski

The Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow - The Machine House [Miniature] Stage

The country is in turmoil. One can no longer stand by and just watch. Psychological violence turns into physical violence. In pursuit of freedom and independence, no one accepts a compromise anymore.

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> 18 EN

Plastic

Author: Marius von Mayenburg

Direction: Grzegorz Wiśniewski

The Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow - The Grand Stage

Performance with English subtitles.

Plastic is the Polish premiere of the latest play by Marius von Mayenburg, directed by Grzegorz Wiśniewski, a specialist in creating dense, psychologically complex worlds on stage.

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100 minutes
> 18 EN

Revenge

Author: Aleksander Fredro

Direction: Anna Augustynowicz

The Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow - The Grand Stage

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.

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85 minutes
< 15 EN

The Doll

Author: Bolesław Prus

The Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow - The Grand Stage

The play will be presented on 24 May at 8 p.m. as part of the Public Theatre Day and the ‘The Three-Hundred-and-Fifty-Penny Ticket’ (3,5 pln) campaign. More about the tickets and the campaign.

A doll – a figurine representing a human being (often an infant), animal or a fictional humanoid, nowadays usually made of plastic and fabric. Dolls are most commonly used as toys for children. Other types of dolls are intended for adults’ collection purposes. Dolls can also be used as decorative elements. In some cultures they carry a symbolic meaning and are used in ceremonies and rituals as idols representing deities (or sexual objects).

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