Date: 20 May
Author: Adam Mickiewicz
Title: Master Thaddeus. Book One The Estate, Book Two The Castle
Original title: Pan Tadeusz
Director: Piotr Cieplak

Auditorium: Boguslawski Hall 

Running time: approx. 2h 30 min
no interval

Ticket prices:

full-price ticket:
zone I: 50 PLN
zone II: 40 PLN

concession tickets:
zone I: 40 PLN
zone II: 30 PLN

rush tickets:
25 PLN  more info →

students of state theatre and art schools: 
15 PLN more info →

MASTER THADDEUS: Book 1 "The Estate", Book 2 "The Castle"

 

Book One
THE ESTATE

-The young master's return 

- The first meeting in the room, and the next at the table

- The Judge's important lecture on the nature of politeness

- The Chamberlain's judicious remarks on fashion

-The beginnings of the dispute concerning Bobtail and Hawk

-The Tribune's complaint - The last Court Usher

- A bird's-eye view of the contemporary political state of Lithuania and Europe

MASTER THADDEUS, Book I The Estate. Illustration: Patryk Mogielnicki



Book Two
THE CASTLE

-Hunting with hounds - A visitor at the castle

- The last of the household tells the history of the last of the Horeszkos

- A glance into the orchard -The girl in the cucumber patch

- Breakfast - Madame Telimena's Petersburg anecdote

- A fresh outburst of the dispute regarding Bobtail and Hawk

- Father Worm's intervention

- The Tribune's speech -The wager

- Let's go mushrooming!

MASTER THADDEUS, Book II The Castle. Illustration: Jan Bajtlik



director:
Piotr Cieplak
set and lighting designer: Andrzej Witkowski
music and sound: Anna Lobedan, Paweł Paprocki, Marcin Przybylski, Mateusz Rusin

Cast:

Narrator Jan Englert
Narrator Anna Seniuk
Thaddeus Grzegorz Kwiecień
Zosia Wiktoria Gorodeckaja
Telimena Ewa Konstancja Bułhak (Book 1)
Telimena Dominika Kluźniak (Book 2)
Judge Jerzy Radziwiłowicz
Tribune Janusz Gajos
Father Worm Mariusz Bonaszewski
Count Przemysław Stippa
Chamberlain Jerzy Łapiński
Chamberlain's daughter Anna Ułas
Chamberlain's daughter Anna Grycewicz
Assessor Marcin Hycnar
Notary Grzegorz Małecki
Protazy Oskar Hamerski
Gerwazy Piotr Grabowski
Captain Rykov Jacek Mikołajczak
Steward Karol Pocheć
Coffee-maid Wiesława Niemyska (guest actor)

Production team:

director's assistant: Wiktoria Monika Gołębiewska
stage manager: Adam Borkowski

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