The shakespearian poetic language formulates as accurately as possible that one-off and complex emotion, which we experience in adolescence, although reminding us that we have to live our life intensely because death is always in the here, next to us.

Romeo and Juliet is the shortest and the most beautiful love story of the dramatic literature. It starts as it is already over. Because of the fragility of the story, it is not the social conflict that is emphasized, but the human relationship itself, more precisely the ability to establish human relations, which defines us both in our good and bad decisions. In this story, because of the irrepressible passions, there are much more wrong decisions than good ones, which lead to irreversible acts.

William Shakespeare

ROMEO AND JULIET

DIRECTOR:
Attila Keresztes

TRANSLATION:
Stanisław Barańczak

SCENOGRAPHY:
Adrian Damian

COSTUMES:
Bianca Imelda Jeremias

COSTUME DESIGN COOPERATION:
Zsuzsa Szőke

MUSIC:
Csaba Boros

CAST:
Magdalena Maścianica
Katarzyna Osipuk
Monika Stanek
Beata Wnęk-Malec
Andrzej Czernik
Andrzej Jakubczyk
Karol Kossakowski
Rafał Kronenberger
Leszek Malec
Michał Świtała
Michał Włodarczyk (guest appearance)
Adrian Budakow (guest appearance)
Kacper Sasin (guest appearance)
Antoni Rychłowski (guest appearance)

STAGEHAND:
Urszula Kraska

PREMIERE:
6th October 2018, Big Stage