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Natalia Jarczynska

Natalia Jarczynska Natalia has been in love with shows since a moment when she saw her first musical on TV one Sunday noon. She was 6 and since then she graduated from Cultural Studies and has worked for cultural festivals and theaters in Poland, France and Croatia.



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LAST 30 DAYS

BWW Review: TYRANT at Wroclaw Mime Theatre PhotoBWW Review: TYRANT at Wroclaw Mime Theatre
Posted: May. 4, 2022


BWW Review: CABARET at The Rozrywka Theater In Chorzow PhotoBWW Review: CABARET at The Rozrywka Theater In Chorzow
Posted: Apr. 25, 2022


BWW Review: LIPS SEALED at Teatr Wspolczesny Wroclaw PhotoBWW Review: LIPS SEALED at Teatr Wspolczesny Wroclaw
Posted: May. 12, 2022


LAST 365 DAYS

BWW Review: TOSCA at Opera Wroclaw PhotoBWW Review: TOSCA at Opera Wroclaw
Posted: Sep. 1, 2021


BWW Review: COSI FAN TUTTE at Opera Wroclaw PhotoBWW Review: COSI FAN TUTTE at Opera Wroclaw
Posted: Jun. 28, 2021


BWW Review: THE OLD LADY SITS WAITING at Teatr Polski PhotoBWW Review: THE OLD LADY SITS WAITING at Teatr Polski
Posted: Oct. 12, 2021


BWW Review: DON JUAN at Wroclaw Opera PhotoBWW Review: DON JUAN at Wroclaw Opera
Posted: Mar. 9, 2022


BWW Review: LIPS SEALED at Teatr Wspolczesny Wroclaw
May 12, 2022

Theater has to be on display and expose vulnerability, that extremely fragile part of your being that we hide day after day from society, the people around us, and even ourselves. In the new show, Teatr Wspolczesny Wroclaw does it in a modern and interesting way.

BWW Review: TYRANT at Wroclaw Mime Theatre
May 4, 2022

When you were a kid, you probably heard: Don't play with scissors. Don't play with matches. It's dangerous. It's sharp. You should be afraid of it, not play with it. Pantomima Theater's new show proves all adults wrong. Playing with dangerous and sharp can bring something amazing and fresh, the new value and Jakub Lewandowski, director can play airly with fear and horror perfectly. You would probably not gnash your teeth.

BWW Review: CABARET at The Rozrywka Theater In Chorzow
April 25, 2022

This show is one of a kind and this year we celebrate the 50th anniversary of a Bob Fosse masterpiece. Great opportunity to revisit this production on stage and decide if it has lost any of its greatness after all these years. The show in Chorzow rose to the challenge spectacularly.

BWW Review: I SEE NOTHING at Teatr Wspolczesny Wroclaw
March 25, 2022

The theater, in particular contemporary should not only show a vision of precise story but ask some questions about reality we live in, make us think. This is exactly what happens on stage. Have you ever thought about what it is like to be a blind woman and how many challenges are on her way in everyday life?

BWW Review: DON JUAN at Wroclaw Opera
March 9, 2022

A romantic burlesque turns out to be an abstract path to nothingness through perverse vanity. Must see.

BWW Review: WHAT POLES BELIEVE at Teatr Wspolczesny Wroclaw
March 9, 2022

The show directed by Szymon Kaczmarek has two parts, first, longer, invites us to the world of professionals dealing with paranormal activities. An interesting career path - I must to say. The group of specialist (Anna Kieca, Paulina Wasik, Mateusz Kiljan, Tadeusz Ratuszniak) struggle with a daily “office” routine filled with fortune telling, advising clients in various fields and improving their well-being, dispelling doubts, helping in development, performing magic rituals on request. Piece of cake. It’s imaginative and bizarre, each one being perfect in the role they perform, that they convince absolutely everyone (maybe even themselves). The comedic moments (there are plenty of them) make this show easy to swallow, even though it touches on some pretty serious subject matter. This incredible levity and a great sense of humor make the show fast, pleasant and thoughtful. Sounds good? There is more!

BWW Review: TWITCHING AND OTHER GAMES at Wroclaw Mime Theatre
February 3, 2022

I don’t even know where to start and what element was the best, the idea, the script, directing, acting or lovely madness evaporating from the show… It all made a mix perfect difference and intel smoothness.

BWW Review: SKIN HUNGER at Teatr Polski In Wroclaw
February 3, 2022

Who would we be without touching? Can man exist without it? What does this give us? There is no definite statement, but Joe Alter takes us on a journey to find answers without words, only through music and touch.

BWW Review: HE LEFT THE HOUSE. THE SO-CALLED COMEDY. at Teatr Wspolczesny Wroclaw
January 26, 2022

The show is based on the concept that house is a man. If you leave a house you can watch yourself from outside and who knows what you would see?

BWW Review: QUEEN. BACKYARD TALE. at Wroclaw Mime Theatre
January 26, 2022

I like open-air art, I like magic and fairy-tale atmosphere. Everything was there and it absorbed me completely.

BWW Review: CRAZY FOR YOU at The Castle Opera In Szczecin
January 26, 2022

It's not very often that we get to see a musical classic in the Polish theatre. The production of The Castle Opera makes us regret that this is such a rare case. Go check it out, it's great!

BWW Review: IT'S TIME FOR ME at Teatr Polski
December 22, 2021

This show was a tribute to a great author, poet, playwright, T. Rozewicz, who used to live in our town. He was born 100 years ago, died in 2014 in Wroclaw and left a large amount of work. With this show we ended the celebration of a year contributed to him. It was a cherry on the pie.

BWW Review: SEEKERS OF LOST ARIAS at Wroclaw Opera
December 3, 2021

This concert was kind of paying tribute to the musicians and they deserve a deep bow for all the musical effort they bring every day.

BWW Review: DER FREISCHÜTZ at Opera Wroclaw
October 25, 2021

What a romantic night! Well, this show is considered the first German Romantic opera after all. This piece at the Wroclaw Opera House is easy to watch, even for people not used to the (German) opera. In my opinion it's more of a musical and I'm a huge fan of from this approach!

BWW Review: THE OLD LADY SITS WAITING at Teatr Polski
October 12, 2021

Grzegorz Bral, the director, with the incredible vividness of image and sound, presents one of Rozewicz's most important works on the hundredth anniversary of his birth. His extraordinary sensitivity to space, music and images creates a coherent and very interesting interpretation. The action changes - sometimes it's up, sometimes down, sometimes faster, slower, sad, cheerful, grotesque or ... a bit shocking. Context plays a key role here, and everything is based on a variable interpretation of hackneyed words and meaning. This is definitely one of the most thoughtful works you can see.

BWW Review: TALK ABOUT YOURSELF, ONLY ABOUT YOURSELF at Wroclaw Mime Theatre
September 28, 2021

There is a particular link with feelings and our daily life, emotions are not exhibited from time to time, they are everywhere and what a great tribute to pay them on stage. We are what we are every day, day in and day out.

BWW Review: ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO'S NEST at Teatr Polski
September 20, 2021

I missed a lot of theater where you can sit and be but after you reflect and re-reflect. This is the case with Flight over a Cuckoo's Nest at the Teatr Polski in Wroclaw. Go, feel and think.

BWW Review: TOSCA at Opera Wroclaw
September 1, 2021

​​​​What can I say, Tosca was so great I really don't know where to start. Set design, lights, costumes and actors were so perfect together that watching the show was like stepping into hot chocolate, a phenomenal pleasure for all the senses directed with a virtuosity by Michael Gieleta.

BWW Review: COSI FAN TUTTE at Opera Wroclaw
June 28, 2021

Opera is not always easy to digest, but this piece is an ideal start for beginners. Perfectly well prepared, full of life and elegance will be a wonderful evening that you can spend surrounded by high culture. It is a lively, cheerful and lively spectacle.

BWW Review: TIRZA at Teatr Wspolczesny Wroclaw
June 15, 2021

This play is about parenthood, about the father looking for his identity among the family and discovering something that should not be discovered, or should it be?



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