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DIR. Martyna Majewska
Set between wars, “BATORY trans” is a play inspired by the characters and events which took place on a board a Batory ship, described by Bożena Aksamit in her book “Batory. Gwiazdy, skandale i  miłość na transatlantyku” (“Batory. Stars, Scandals and Love on the Transatlantic Ship”).
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DIR. Joanna Gerigk
Inspired by the collection of short stories Four Roses for Lucienne and The Most Beautiful Pair of Breasts in the World by Roland Topor.
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DIR. Leszek Bzdyl
to deal such a blow to Gombrowicz!  To create a pantomime of Gombrowicz! Rip him off his words and leave only bodies, bodies tangled into other bodies!
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DIR. Anna Piotrowska
The performance of Anna Piotrowska was inspired by Umberto Eco's Ugliness History. One of the canonical works of literature, referring to the theory of aesthetics, in which we follow various, often surprising faces of ugliness, was an impulse to reflect on the relation of beauty and ugliness.
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DIR. Konrad Dworakowski
The Little Mermaid is a sad fairytale about unfulfilled love. Well, that is what anyone would say when asked about the emotions related to the story—it's hard to deny.
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DIR. Tomasz Szczepanek
Who is afraid of Medea? Unlike the average Medea, instead of taking care of life - he receives them instead of creating a home - destroys the one in which he is taken.
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DIR. Konrad Dworakowski
Hans Christian Andersen wrote “Thumbelina” in the search of a proof of vulnerability, obedience and purity in a child of which the tiny girl is the metaphor. He, at the same time, wanted to indicate the great influence of the external world on everything that happens with the main character.
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DIR. Zbigniew Szymczyk
Mysterious K. is a typical everyman, a hero enslaved and lost, who faces a personified allegory of power and an official system controlling his actions. Passing through the modes of the official machine, he is falling into an increasingly absurd reality every day, and the struggle with the system seems to be endless.
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DIR. Zbigniew Szymczyk
The school of buffoons was inspired by the drama of Michel de Ghelderode. The key to the interpretation of the Belgian playwright's text, in his work approaching the French avant-garde of the twentieth century, was the last word fallen in the School for buffoons- cruelty.
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DIR. Maćko Prusak
Yet, the question asked in the performance remains unanswered: Who is the Guest/Dionysus whose arrival destroys the existing order and forces a man to move out of his previous residence: himself? Is this liberation or a fall? Why is he so fascinating? Why does a man, theatre and world still need him, and his story...?
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DIR. Agnieszka Kulińska
Pierrot, a hero with big and sad eyes, will try to find the answer. He will meet Jumping Jack, Doll, Bird, Cat in his path and he will help them, support and solve problems . But will he be able to answer the question bothering him - where love is?