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Jaskółeczka

Tadeusz Słobodzianek’s „Jaskółeczka” (pol. „Little Swallow’‚) is a contemporary tale for young people and adults, inspired by the tale / parable of the Brazilian writer Jorge Amado. It tells a story about an impossible love that joined together the two enemies in nature – a swallow and a cat… 

About the performance

Tadeusz Słobodzianek’s „Jaskółeczka” (pol. „Little Swallow’‚) is a contemporary tale for young people and adults, inspired by the tale / parable of the Brazilian writer Jorge Amado. It tells a story about an impossible love that joined together the two enemies in nature – a swallow and a cat.  

The dispute over love is the basis of the story in which we discuss the subject of complicated relations, desires, dreams, loneliness, otherness in love and opinions about the feelings of others. The performance is an attempt to name the rules governing the assessment and freedom of choice, principles being so difficult to understand – it isn’t easy to understand love.

PLACE & creators

Municipal Theatre in Leszno

 Premiere: 24 March 2018
Script: Tadeusz Słobodzianek
Direction and set design: Karol Jerzy Wróblewski
Costumes: Monika Palikot (Capricorn:Arthouse)
Lighting design: Ewa Garniec
Multimedia screening: Ewa Łuczak
Choreography: Alisa Makarenko
Music: Grzegorz Jurga
Cast: Zuzanna Bernat, Mariusz Saniternik, Daniel Mosior, Beata Kawka, Katarzyna Głogowska, Karol Osetowski, Adrian Rux, Filip Milczarski, Alicja Pietruszka, Joanna Żóraw
Poster photo: Agnieszka Marszałek