Wed. - Sat. 20:00
€ 9 to € 29
06/03 audio description
06/17 adapted subtitles
05/26 after the show
The young Polish director Anna Karasińska, who has links to the Nowy Theater in Warsaw, made her debut in 2015 with Ewelina's Crying, a metatheatrical show full of humour. Her career has been dazzling in both film and the theatre since then. As a result, her participation in the Lliure's 21/22 Season involves a very unconventional project, with no professional cast.
Anna Karasińska (born Łódź, 1978), is a stage director, playwright and filmmaker, and studied at the Władysław Strzemiński Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź and at the Faculty of Philosophy at the University in her home town, and graduated from the Faculty of Direction of the Leon Schiller National School of Film, Television and Theatre in Łódź. Her short films, feature films and student documentaries have been screened at several dozen festivals around the world, and have won international awards. She made her theatrical debut with her original production of Ewelina's Crying, which was staged in 2015 at TR Warszawa as part of the TR Territory project (TEREN TR). In 2016, she won the Kazimierz Krzanowski promotional award for Ewelina's Crying at the 51st KONTRAPUNKT Small-Theater-Forms Festival. In 2016, she also directed her second production at the Polish Theatre in Poznań (Teatr Polski w Poznaniu), which was followed that same year by Birthday, which was performed as a microtheatre play at the Komuna/Warszawa. She also directed another original piece at TR Warszawa in 2017: Fantasia, which was staged at the Dublin Theatre Festival in 2018, at the Trans-Americas Festival, Kunstenfestivaldesarts and the Zürcher Theater Spektakel in 2019. She directed 2118. Karasińska at the Nowy Theater in Warsaw in 2018.
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