Opening Night: 28 September 2003
Author: Stanisław Wyspiański
Title: "Hamlet" by Stanisław Wyspiański
Original Title:
HamletStanisława Wyspiańskiego
Director:
Jerzy Grzegorzewski

Auditorium: Boguslawski Hall
Running time: 1 hour 15 min

"Hamlet" by Stanisław Wyspiański

author of stage adaptation, director, set designer: Jerzy Grzegorzewski
costume design: Barbara Hanicka
music: Stanisław Radwan
lighting design: Mirosław Poznański

Fragments of William Shakespeare's dramas in translations by Józef Paszkowski and Stanisław Wyspiański

Awards and Nominations:

2004 – The Cyprian Kamil Norwid Award in theatre category to Jerzy Grzegorzewski for stage adaptation, direction and set design of „Hamlet” by Stanisław Wyspiański
2004 – nomination for the Warsaw Felix award in "the best supporting female role" category for Ewa Konstancja Bułhak-Rewak for the role of Wyspiański's Wife

Cast:

Wyspiański-Hamlet Wojciech Malajkat
Wyspiański's Wife Ewa Konstancja Bułhak-Rewak
Kazimierz Kamiński Igor Przegrodzki
Cracovian Ladies / Witches Wiesława Niemyska, Sylwia Nowiczewska / Beata Ścibakówna (from January 8, 2005), Magdalena Warzecha
Professors Marek Barbasiewicz, Mirosław Konarowski
Queen-Modrzejewska Anna Ułas
King-Macbeth Jan Englert
Ophelia-Courtesan Beata Fudalej
Ophelia-Ophelia Anna Gryszkówna (guest actress)
Horatio Józef Duriasz
Ghost Krzysztof Wakuliński
Rosencrantz / Guildenstern Grzegorz Małecki
Polonius Jacek Różański
Laertes Robert Jarociński
Osric / Actor Bartłomiej Bobrowski
Actors Sławomir Federowicz, Jerzy Łapiński
Isia ***

Production team:

  • vocal preparation: Mirosław Jastrzębski
    director's assistant: Piotr Wojewódzki
  • set designer's assistants: Jadwiga Michalska, Anita Trzaskowska
  • lighting technicians: Zbigniew Szulim, Korneliusz Wieczorek
  • sound techniciansRafał Barański, Mariusz Maszewski
  • stage manager: Ewa Dworecka
  • prompter: Alina Wieczorkówna

Gallery:

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  • WAITING FOR GODOT

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  • FREDRO. THE JUBILEE YEAR

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  • TALES FROM THE VIENNA WOODS

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  • THE THEATRE MAKER

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  • ALICE'S WONDERLAND

    Have you ever quarreled with the Time or visited a forest where things have no names? The musical performance based on the famous novels by Lewis Carroll. 

  • THE MISANTHROPE

    Jan Englert stages a classic play by Molière. What is Alcest's misanthropy: an uncompromising commitment to the truth or a doomed uprising against social conventions?

  • THE BOOKS OF JACOB

    Staging the most important novel by Polish Nobel Prize winner Olga Tokarczuk directed by Michał Zadara. 

  • THE DECALOGUE

    An iconic work of Polish cinema, rethought thirty-five years after its creation. Wojciech Faruga directs The Decalogue by Krzysztof Kieślowski and Krzysztof Piesiewicz. 


  • MARY STUART

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  • MÜNCHHAUSEN FOR ADULTS

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  • Solidarity with Ukraine | Солідарні з Україною

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  • TWELFTH NIGHT, OR WHAT YOU WILL

    Complicated love intrigues and music. Piotr Cieplak directs Twelfth Night, or What You Will, one of Shakespeare's most important comedies.


  • PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK

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  • SNAKE SKIN

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  • SNOW

    Staging of the Young Poland movement modernist drama by Stanisław Przybyszewski – Snow directed by Anna Gryszkówna.


  • AUTUMN SONATA

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  • MOTHER JOAN OF ANGELS

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  • The National Theatre at Google Cultural Institute

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