Polish plays

I don’t sea why not

Prześluga, Malina

Mr Carrot confides in his Barber while having his leaves trimmed – because, as is well known, barbershops are the best places to gossip. With the possible exceptions of bars, like the Salad Bar. That’s how this humorous story about living life to the fullest starts, a story based on many unusual relations between the characters.

Grande Papa

Prześluga, Malina

Tony – a television antenna – has issues with her name, as she’s a woman. A plastic bag from a corner store believes that got caught on the antenna believes that she’s a real frog and wants to escape from the tar paper covered roof where they both dwell and that’s regularly visited by a cat. They are joined by pigeon poop who believes that it’s a real pigeon. One day, due to heavy wind, the plastic bag gets free and flies off to the lawn, taking the poop with it.

A road slippery with grass. The time a devil passed through a village...

Dworak, Katarzyna
Wolak, Paweł

On Christmas Eve, Bogdan returns to the village. From prison. He's coming back and he's disturbing the festive mood. Fear has once again entered the hearts of the villagers. The only person who is not afraid of the newcomer is Jasiek. He's got his faults, and he's impulsive and ready to fight. Strict and brutal for his own family, however, he has some sense of justice in him. And a weakness for his sister, Sabinka. He resists, but finally accepts her relationship with Paul, Jehovah's son. But evil is hard to stop.

Legal relations

Turkiewicz, Szymon

At what point are we in our relationship? Such a question will arise in the minds of viewers who will see their everyday life represented on stage. It is exaggerated, but at the same time it serves as an excuse to think about the relationship with a current, former or future partner. The strength of the spectacle lies in the simplicity of form and in the fact that it touches upon subjects that are of concern to each viewer - because everyone once signed a contract, entered into an interpersonal relationship or wondered about the complexity of legal language.

Wiera Gran

Burzyńska, Anna

Anna Burzyńska's play tells the story of an outstanding Polish singer of Jewish origin, Wiera Gran, who died several years ago in Paris. It is a peculiar piece, because it combines the songs sung by the artist with the facts of her life skilfully integrated into the musical structure. Above all, it paints a poignant psychological portrait of the heroine and reveals many sensational episodes from her complicated history.


Kapral, Kuba

Piotrek, known online as Xwin0, spends his days in the virtual world, playing online games with other users. This is his journey into the inner darkness – “darkness is ok, it's safe”. Xwin0 seems to be having fun, “grinding” and gaining new skills, but his journey into the virtual universe is actually an act of despair, an escape from the world. He sets up a meeting with a girl he met in the game, but he lacks the courage to actually show up, so the furious female user insists on Xwin0 being banned from the gaming community. Since then, Piotrek remains in limbo.

The mother’s house

Jakubowski, Jarosław

Jakubowski’s debut play. The first, long scene is an encounter of a simple woman, tired and conscious that she had lost in her life with a ruthless journalist. He wants to exploit and make profit out of her sorrows. She had several stillbirths before she gave birth to her beloved son, Staszek. Her husband, Zygmunt was an alcoholic and he died soon after Staszek was born. Jakubowski shows the moral ambiguity of the woman who drives her son to suicide by her passionate, dangerous love.