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Student of the Drama Directing Department at AST National Academy of Theatre Arts in Cracow. Member of the Drama Studio (pl. Pracownia Dramaturgiczna). In May 2019, she produced the workshop performance of Sad Girl Sylvia Plath at AST in Krakow. Her directing work Brothers was presented during the 8th Young Directing Forum. She participated in the project "Debuts: Young  within the Old" organized by the National Old Theatre in Krakow.
(Born: 1990) He studied acting at the Theatre Academy in Warsaw. He received a scholarship from the SPOT private theatre school in Cracow. Participant of the Artur Pałyga School of Drama (Polish Theatre in Bydgoszcz). Graduate of Theatre Knowledge at the University of Gdańsk. Co-founder of the A.YES! group in Trójmiasto (Tricity). Plays:
Michał Bajer was born in 1981 in Poznań. He is the author of five plays:
Playwright, writer, professor at the Faculty of Polish Studies at the Jagiellonian University, head of the Department of Literature Theory, and former literary director of the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Cracow. She is also the author of scholarly treatises and books on contemporary knowledge of literature, postmodern philosophy and postmodern art. She received numerous scientific, literary and dramaturgical awards. What’s more, she was a juror at many theatre and film festivals.
Born in 1996. Theatre director, playwright. He also publishes poetry and prose. Student of the last year of Theatre Directing at the National Academy of Theatre Arts in Cracow. Winner of the 30th edition of the National Contest for the Best Theatrical Play for Children and Youth organized by the Centre of Children Art in Poznań. Finalist of the Gdynia Drama Award 2019 and of the 10th and 11theditions of the “Metaphors of Reality” Contest. Winner of Anna and Piotr Dobrowolski’s “Sielasian Shakespeare” Contest.
Łukasz Chotkowski, born in 1981 in Lublin, graduated from Warsaw University, the Theatre Arts Department. Assisted Maja Kleczewska in her productions of Medea at the Wybrzeże Theatre and Fedra at the National Theatre. He has published articles on Marina Abramovic and Sarah Kane in the “Didaskalia” and “Dialog” magazines. Writes mainly brutality dramas. Awarded drama scholarship by the Royal Court Theatre. Since 2006 employed as a playwright by the Polski Theatre in Bydgoszcz. 
Inka Dowlasz, an author of theatre and tv scripts, she collaborates with Teatr Ludowy in Nowa Huta where she also directs plays as part of the Therapy Through Art Programme and the Improvisation Studio which organizes workshops that combine drama and psychology, as well as meetings, lectures and readings. She conducts “Role Construction” seminar at the theatre’s actors’ studio and at Jerzy Giedroyc Communication and Media School in Warsaw.
Since the beginning of their artistic career, they have been associated with the Helena Modrzejewska Theatre in Legnica as actors. Each of them has over seventy theatre premieres and numerous individual and group awards under their belt. The most famous performances in which they have played are: Zły (Dir. Jacek Głomb), Ballada o Zakaczawiu (Dir. Jacek Głomb), Made in Poland (Dir. Przemek Wojcieszek), Osobisty Jezus (Dir. Przemek Wojcieszek), III Furie (Dir. Marcin Liber), Dziady (Dir. Lech Raczak).
Born in 1983 in Stockholm. At the age of 26 he decided to go back to his parents’ country and started his studies in the Directing Department on PWSFTViT in Łódź. He combines a passion for cinema and theatre with the cultural experience gained in Sweden, London and finally Poland. In his artistic activities he wants to take up current topics by working with young, ambitious actors.
Artur Grabowski, born in 1967, a dramatist, essayist, translator and lecturer. Studied polish literature and philosophy. He’ s always been related to Cracow. His dramas were read and put on stage in Cracow, Lublin, Warsaw, Budapest, Chicago and Zagreb. In 2001 he represented Poland at the Festival of Central Europe in Cividale del Friulli, in Italy, with his drama Well.