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EGO VU Dance Theatre

Ego Vu Dance Theatre (earlier, Vogue Dance Theatre) is a unique artistic project associated with a group of people who have continuously worked on its artistic shape since 1991. The continuity was ensured by its artistic directors: the founder, Kuba Kasprzyk (19911996), Eliza Hołubowska (19961999), Anna Gąciarz in collaboration with Edyta Waszak (19992004) and Aleksandra Carvalheiro (20042005), as well as dozens of dancers. Since 2005, Eliza Hołubowska has run the group again. The name of the collective was changed by rearranging a few letters during a concert summing up the 20th anniversary of the collectives artistic work in 2011. The...

Opera na Zamku in Szczecin: The Ballet

The Ballet of Opera na Zamku in Szczecin Szczecins opera house, Opera na Zamku, whose name translates as Opera at The Castle, has been based in the Pomeranian Dukes Castle since 1987, being yet another music theatre housed in the castle, after the Szczecin Operetta, the Music Theatre, and the Opera and Operetta. Up until 1985 it had been uncommon for the Szczecin-based ballet to stage self-standing ballet productions; the company would rather contribute, often significantly, to operettas and musicals, and perform minor ballet interludes in operas. It wasnt until the premiere of Coppelia in June 1985 that the ballet...

Maat Festival

Maat Festival was launched in 2009 by Tomasz Bazan, leader of Lublin’s Maat Projekt Theatre, to showcase the latest Polish and foreign explorations on movement. It gave stage to projects oscillating around performance art and using body language or forms connected with it. The festival’s presentations were often in opposition to commonly accepted canons and standards, while they strived to act as a continuation of the avant-garde.   In 2009-2012 the festival concentrated on making Polish audiences familiar with artists who are no strangers to risks and have their own, original language of artistic expression. Special emphasis was also put on...

Bretoncaffe Theatre

Bretoncaffe Theatre was founded in Warsaw in 2001, by Sławomir Krawczyński, director and writer, Anna Godowska, dancer and choreographer, and Dominik Strycharski, multi-instrumentalist and musician. Two years later (2003) Anita Wach, former dancer of the Kielce Dance Theatre and Silesian Dance Theatre in Bytom, joined the group. They are the core of the group today. Moreover, the group collaborated with musicians, dancers, choreographers and actors including Krzysztof Skolimowski, Jacek Owczarek, Daniel Radtke and currently Tomasz Wygoda, Przemysław Wasilkowski and Łukasz Lewandowski. The groups debut The Mirror. Wed Been There One Day, But We Just Had Enough Time to Forget was...

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