€ 16 / € 13
Polish > FR/NL

A woman whose feelings no one understands, a person who has wrapped your packet of raisins in a far-off country whose name you don’t know, a traveller who waits for the bus in front of you, a man who goes for a dive in a river… These are all characters in Fantazja, and yet we don’t get to see them onstage. They only exist in our imagination. In this performance, Polish theatre author Anna Karasińska explores theatre as a place where fiction becomes reality. What contract do the audience and the artists conclude to bring a world into existence onstage that temporarily suspends our disbelief? Does our imagination have limits? Are there phenomena or things that we cannot imagine onstage? Using a live voice-over, Karasińska directs the actors in a rapid mix of minimalistic and humoristic scenes, in which improvisation plays the leading role.

See also: Talk: Warsaw: resisting and rewriting Polish theatre today
30/05 - 20:00 (after the performance)
EN, free entrance
With: Anna Karasińska, Marta Keil
Moderator: Jonas Vanderschueren
In collaboration with: Etcetera

Direction: Anna Karasińska
Dramaturgy: Magdalena Ryszewska, Jacek Telenga
Cast: Agata Buzek, Dobromir Dymecki, Maria Maj, Adam Woronowicz, Paweł Smagała, Zofia Wichłacz
Set design and costumes: Paula Grocholska
Choreography: Magdalena Ptasznik
Lighting design: Szymon Kluz
Stage manager, director’s assistant: Malwina Szumacher
Production manager: Katarzyna Białach 
Production: TR Warszawa
Translations: Cécile Bocianowski, Kris Van Heuckelom
Surtitling: Marie Trincaretto

Presentation: Kunstenfestivaldesarts, Zinnema
With the cooperation of the Polish Institute-Cultural Service of the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Brussels
With the support of Adam Mickiewicz Institute

Back to top