Directed by Andro Enukidze | Jacek Glomb
Scenography by Malgozata Bulanda-Glomb
Choreography by Kote Purtseladze
Composer Bartosh Strabuzynsky
Assistant to the director Zviad Murvanidze
Maia Tsetskhladze, Ani Tsetskhladze, Tatia Tatarashvili, Ano Zurashvili, Kakha Kobaladze, Zaal Goguadze, Tite Komakhidze, Davit Jakeli, Mamuka Manjgaladze, Otar Katamadze, Katarzina Dworak, Ewa Galuszinska, Malgorzata Patryn, Magda Skiba, Malgorzata Urbanska, Bartosz Bulanda, Rafal Cieluch, Bogdan Grzeszczak, Robert Gulaczyk, Pawel Palkat
Premiere will be held within the framework of Georgian Showcase 2019.
Duration: 80min. without intermission
The tour group: 40
About the performance:
The Georgians play the Polish and the Polish play the Georgians. The aim of the performance is to reveal Pole’s general impression on Georgians and vice versa. The play consists of 10 episodes. The text is constructed through improvisations.
Batumi Ilia Chavchavadze State Drama Theatre is located in the center of Batumi. It was opened in 1952 and is the oldest drama theatre in Ajara. To this day the theatre is regarded as the center of cultural and creative life of the city and the region.
The Artistic Director of the Theatre is a distinguished stage director Andro Enukidze. Performances cover various genres: comedies, tragedies, phantasmagorias, performances for children and youth.
In 2015-2018 the theatre was completely renovated. It has a “Big Stage” in the main building with 453 seats and an “Experimental Stage” with 120 seats. The Theatre is located at №1 Rustaveli Street. The theatre has another location with its “New Stage” seating 85 spectators at №32 Melashvili St.
For 20 years the Modjeska Theatre in Legnica has been one of the most acclaimed and recognizable theatres in Poland. It participates in all major Polish theatre festivals, winning prestigious awards. The theatre tours its productions abroad, not only to Europe (Germany, Hungary, Great Britain etc.) but also in the USA, Russia, Turkey and Argentina. In 2016 the theatre in cooperation with The National Macedonian Theatre in Skopje produced The Broken Odyssey, the play about dramatic moments in the joint history of Poles and Macedonians, presented on major stages of both countries. The Modjeska Theatre specializes in producing “true stories in true places” which often involves spaces quite unusual for the theatre, and includes disused factory halls and ruined cinemas. The tales frequently concern Legnica and Lower Silesia, thus contributing to the identity of the city and the region.
The theatre also presents the plays of William Shakespeare, classical Polish and European playwrights and plays written especially for the stage in Legnica. The most noteworthy among the productions of the Modjeska Theatre have been televised and seen by the whole country. The artists of the Modjeska Theatre organize cultural and social events, including concerts, meetings with artists, publishing theatre books and CDs with the theatre music etc. In 2007 and 2009 the theatre, by inviting theatre groups from abroad (USA and Georgia among others), organized The Miasto/City International Theatre Festival, recognized as the most interesting cultural event of the region. Jacek Głomb, the prolific director of the Modjeska Theatre, has won a lot of awards for his work on the stage (about 60 theatre plays) and community work, including the European Citizens’ Prize from the European Parliament (2013).
Theater art director:Andro Enukidze | Jacek Glomb
Contact person:Otar Kalandadze
Tel:+995 555 366 399 / +995 577 98 08 58
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