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Nadia. Multiple Portrait (Nadia. Portret wielokrotny)

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“Nadia. Multiple Portrait” based on Anton Chekhov
Translated by: Irena Bajkowska, Maria Dąbrowska, Maria Mongirdowa
Adapted and directed by: Agnieszka Lipiec-Wróblewska
Set and costumes: Agnieszka Zawadowska
Music: Michał Lorenc
Stage movement: Weronica Pelczyńska
Premiere: March 24, 2012

The performance has been prepared by Agnieszka Lipiec-Wróblewska, known to Toruń audience from the realization of the “Wild Duck” by Ibsen. The director is also the author of the adaptation, whose basis are the stories of Anton Chekhov: “Enemies”, “Wife”, “The Lady with the Dog”, “A Dreary Story.” The scenario is an attempt to look at a female figure in a man’s world created in the author’s works. The performance consists of four stories. In each of them, the character is a woman of the same name – Nadia (Nadine). She is presented in the performance in various stages of her life and in her relationships with men – as a wife, a lover, “daughter” of the professor. All situations are Nadia’s attempt to free herself from the domination of the man, a search for happiness and independence. The main character gets rid of each curtain, puts away different masks, exposes to conflicts, misunderstandings, exclusion. Does such life make sense? Is there a recipe for happiness? Is there a solution to her situation? Or the only thing we can do is to search, ask questions.

Starring: Matylda Podfilipska, Mirosława Sobik, Jolanta Teska, Agnieszka Wawrzkiewicz, Paweł Kowalski, Sławomir Maciejewski (guest), Marek Milczarczyk, Niko Niakas, Michał Marek Ubysz, Grzegorz Wiśniewski.
Duration: 2 hours (with a break)

Agnieszka Lipiec-Wróblewska, przenosząc na scenę kolejne opowiadania, w  każdej historii skonstruowała świat wierny Czechowowi. Każdą opowieść dopełniała zmieniająca się scenografia, która raz przedstawiała plażę z (multimedialnym) pejzażem w tle, raz XIX-wieczne salony (Bartłomiej Oleszek, “Głos Uczelni”, maj 2012).

“Nadia. Multiple Portrait” based on Anton Chekhov
Translated by: Irena Bajkowska, Maria Dąbrowska, Maria Mongirdowa
Adapted and directed by: Agnieszka Lipiec-Wróblewska
Set and costumes: Agnieszka Zawadowska
Music: Michał Lorenc
Stage movement: Weronica Pelczyńska

Ticket prices: normal – 25 PLN, reduced – 18 PLN, school – 16 PLN