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Next week, on Thursday, 6 December (7 pm), Nowy Teatr in Warsaw will host the premiere of Języki przyszłości/Future Tongues directed and choreographed by Ania Nowak as part of Tomasz Plata?s curatorial cycle TEATR 2118. Repeat presentations will take place on 7 and 8 December. Performing the piece will be Oskar Malinowski, Aleksandra Osowicz, Rafał Pierzyński and Jaśmina Polak.



About the piece: This will be a year full of tense atmosphere, unforeseen events and surprises. Your calm character will be put to the test and you are very likely to lose your legendary calm. You will encounter strange people trying to destabilize you, forcing you to change your habits and give up some of the things you hold on to so dearly. This year pervades with misunderstanding. It will be required of you to deal with some form of manipulation. Keep your eyes wide open and remember to keep your cool. Sort out everything that is required of you. The changes will not just be negative. There are going to be many opportunities to meet other people, but you will prefer to focus on testing your personal charm rather than searching for serious involvement.


Directed and choreographed by: Ania Nowak
Performance, creation: Oskar Malinowski, Aleksandra Osowicz, Rafał Pierzyński, Jaśmina Polak 
Dramaturgy: Mateusz Szymanówka
Sound: Justyna Stasiowska
Costumes: Grzegorz Matląg/ Wsiura
Lighting: Jędrzej Jęcikowski
Tarot reading: Samuel Draper

TEATR 2118 Curator: Tomasz Plata

Featuring elements of stage design for Mother Tongues and Father Throats by Slavs and Tatars.

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