"The Discomfort of Evening" as part of the 44th Warsaw Theatre Meetings

"The Discomfort of Evening" directed by Małgorzata Wdowik will be presented to the capital's audience on May 23rd at the 44th Warsaw Theatre Meetings.

This is already the fourth festival showing of the WTP performance this season. "The Discomfort of Evening" is based on the book by Marieke Lucas Rijneveld – a visual story about the experience of loss and its accumulation in the body and imagination; about the attempt to confront the tragedy that imprisons a 10-year-old protagonist and her loved ones in a world immersed in mourning; about the need to find meaning in death. After guest performances in Prague and Szczecin, this time it will be staged at the Teatr Dramatyczny in Warsaw.

As part of the festival, we will see the best performances from all over Poland, including "Jak nie zabiłem swojego ojca i jak bardzo tego żałuję" by Mateusz Pakuła (Teatr Łaźnia Nowa / Teatr Żeromski in Kielce), "Mój pierwszy rave" by Agnieszka Jakimiak (Teatr Nowy in Łódź), "Pewnego długiego dnia" by Luk Perceval (Narodowy Stary Teatr in Kraków), and "Genialna przyjaciółka" by Ewelina Marciniak (Narodowy Stary Teatr in Kraków).

For more information about the festival.