Theatre has always been my dream. A place of meeting with another human being. The place where you pose questions and seek answers. I continue to believe in its strength and magic. That's why I have never imagined devoting myself to anything else.
Born in 1966, she graduated from the PWST National Academy of Theatre Arts in Krakow in 1991, and became part of the Juliusz Słowacki ensemble the same year.
The Theatre cast her in such plays as:
Pierre A. Beaumarchais’ The Marriage of Figaro directed by Anna Polony (1992), Robert Harling's Steel Magnolias directed by Barbara Sass (1993), Tadeusz Słobodzianek’s Citizen Pekoś directed by Mikołaj Grabowski (1997), Ramón María del Valle-Inclán’s Divine Words directed by Bartosz Szydłowski (1998), Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wololf? directed by Mikołaj Grabowski (1999), Nikolai Kolyada’s Murlin Murlo directed by Rudolf Zioło (2003), Calamus interpreted by Daniel Odija and Agnieszka Olsten and directed by A. Olsten (2004), Nikolai Gogol's Marriage directed by Maciej Sobociński (2004), Michel de Ghelderode’s Galgenberg directed by Agata Duda-Gracz (2007), Juan Mayorga’s Himmelweg. Way to Heaven directed by Katarzyna Kalwat (2011), Henrik Ibsen’s Peer Gynt directed by Rafał Sabara (2012), Każdy musi kiedyś umrzeć Porcelanko, czyli rzecz o Wojnie Trojańskiej [Everyone Must Die One Day, Dear Porcelain, or a Comment on the Trojan War] directed by Agata Duda-Gracz (2013), Stanisław Wyspiański’s Liberation directed by Radosław Rychcik (2017).
For her role in Galgenberg (2007) based on Michel de Ghelderode’s play (directed by Agata Duda-Gracz), she received a distinction in the 3rd National Competition for the Staging of Early European Literature. Her role of Annette Reille in Y. Reza’s play God of Carnage (directed by Marek Gierszał) brought her an individual acting award at the 15th National Festival of Comedy Talia 2011 in Tarnów. In 2013, together with the entire ensemble of the authors of the play Za chwilę. Cztery sposoby na życie i jeden na śmierć [In a Moment. Four Ways to Live and One Way to Die] directed by Iwona Kempa, she was presented with the Stanisław Wyspiański Theatre Award, recognizing ‘outstanding acting interpretations and superb ensemble performance’. She has also acted in the Television Theatre.
The Małopolska Garden of Art -
The MOS Stage
Rola: Annette Reille
The Juliusz Słowacki
Theatre in Krakow -
The Grand Stage
[Where is Pepi]
Rola: Księżyna, Wieść II, niewierna żona II