Playwright, writer, scriptwriter. Lives in Łódź. In his previous lives, he was a journalist, editor and a stand-upper. A graduate of Polish philology at the Jagiellonian University, a screenwriting course at the Warsaw Film School and the New Theatre Practices Laboratory (Nowy Teatr/SWPS). Author of plays, screenplays for short films, programmes and TV series. With his own stand-up monologues he performed on HBO and Comedy Central.
For his first dramatic text, Dad hangs himself in the forest, he won First Prize in the 1st National Drama Competition for Contemporary Chamber Art Słowo/Aktor/Spotkanie 2016 (Staging - Studio Theatre, Warsaw). Pilarski's second text, Reality show(s). A cabaret about terrible things, won the 9th Metaphor of Reality 2016, organised by the Polski Theatre in Poznań; he also received an award from the journalist jury there. In 2018, the Gdynia Drama Award was given to his next play, Wracaj (Come back).
Pilarski is also the author of the script for the play Glass Beads. Play. Recon at the J. Słowacki Theatre in Cracow (2017). He is constantly cooperating with the Strefa WolnoSłowa Foundation, currently operating at the Powszechny Theatre in Warsaw, with which he has produced, among others, the spectacles I drew more than you can see here (2016) and If we were cats, no one would stop us (2017). He has published in "Ha!art", "Machina", "Playboy", "Czas Kultury" and "Dialog", among others. His texts and their stagings have been presented in Prague, Bologna and Berlin, among others. Co-author of the books Jak facet z facetem (Like a guy with a guy) (2016) and Sztuka obsługi penisa (How to handle a penis) (2018) - with sexologist Andrzej Gryżewski. Winner of the Gdynia Drama Award 2018 for the play Come back.