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MAGNOLIA Come to Wroclawski Teatr Wspolczesny


Magnolia is a show about forgiveness, excess, and lack and need of love.

MAGNOLIA Come to Wroclawski Teatr Wspolczesny

Iconic Magnolia by Paul Thomas Anderson is built around unprocessed traumas, incurable diseases and meteorological warnings. Something is in the air. From fragments of this world, Krzysztof Skonieczny creates a dark, theatrical fairy tale in which, thanks to the elevated temperature of the relationship, he looks at family relationships, the desire for love fulfilment and unconditional acceptance. His characters are people in crisis who are able to feel the reality intensely, but they cannot cope with their own emotions and the recurring past. For fear of ridicule or rejection, they are ashamed to reveal their feelings, which eventually explode with multiplied power. The awareness that everyone shares the same desire for love and the same fear of getting hurt, reborn in ever new forms and configurations, increases the sense of responsibility for their own actions. Magnolia is a show about forgiveness, excess, and lack and need of love.

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director, adaptator, video Krzysztof Skonieczny

adaptator, dramaturgy Anka Herbut

scenography Fabien Lédé

music Wojtek Urbański & The Frogs

costumes Svenja Gassen

light director, video Michał Dymek

choreography Marta Ziółek

assistant director Eryk Lenartowicz

assistant costume designer Bastian Stein

choreography cooperation Karolina Kraczkowska

music cooperation Michał Bąk

video cooperation Sebastian Malik, Dominik Wilkowski

camera operators Adam Pietkiewicz, Janusz Kaźmierski

casting Bugaj-Czajor Casting

light realization Jan Sławkowski

sound realization Marcin Zachanowicz

videon realization Marcin Dominiak

stage menager Elżbieta Kozak

poster Fabien Lédé


Róża Jaszczur Ewelina Paszke-Lowitzsch

Pan Szczepan Jaszczur Wiesław Cichy

Klaudia Paulina Wosik, Maria Kania

January Kundelek Piotr Łukaszczyk (gościnnie)

Donat Kowalski Jerzy Senator

Kot Kocur Kotkowski Mateusz Łasowski (Teatr Powszechny w Warszawie), Mariusz Ostrowski

Nestor Krok Maciej Tomaszewski

Linda Krok Anna Kieca

Fil Anioł Tomasz Orpiński (gościnnie)

Miłosz Kukułka Miłosz Pietruski

Staś Kukułka Igor Mizgała

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