Polish premiere of one of Israel's most famous contemporary playwright, Savyon Liebrecht. The author, whose roots trace back to Poland (she was born in 1948 as Sabina Sosnowski), tells a universal story about memory and forgiveness.
“About a Carp, Goat and a Trumpet that Put Fires Down” is a history of the citizens of Chełm, a bit naive, a bit simple-minded but nevertheless, sure of their wisdom. Together, they make the world gone awry.
“God of Vengeance” is one of Sholem Asch greatest works of drama. Born in Kutno, less than sixty five miles away from Warsaw, this great Jewish writer has been almost completely forgotten in today's Poland.
“Beauty and the Beast” is a French folk story that was first written down by Gabrielle-Suzane Barbot de Villeneuve in the 18th century. A simplified version that is better known today was written by Jean-Marie Leprince de Beaumont, also in the 18th century.
The show presents everyday lives of Jews who live at Nalewki Street in Warsaw. This is where the cobbler rocks over the hoof and the scholar over the Book. Sitting on a bench, two businessmen who are said to be vouched by Rotshild have a nervous exchange. Although, he forgot to sign the check.
“The Night of the Whole Life” is a record of Janusz Korczak's memories of the last night before the extermination. Image after image, scene after scene, just like a movie, the Old Doctor is watching his life.
It is our pleasure to invite you to a ball on Gnojna Street, which will be a unique opportunity to listen to such popular Polish songs as ‘U cioci na imieninach’, ‘Czy tutaj mieszka panna Agnieszka?’, ‘Umówiłem się z nią na dziewiątą’, ‘Ta mała piła dziś’.
Women are a better version of men. Irena Sendler, the mother and the caretaker of hundreds of children rescued from the Holocaust, confirms this old wisdom. She saved their lives, thanks to her they survived the Holocaust.
It is a simple love story but it does not necessarily mean that it is the easiest one. It deals with a fascination, which, years later, becomes the lost meaning of life. The play is an adaptation of one of the lesser-known short stories by Sholem Aleichem.