Opening Night: 12 March 2011
Author: Alfred de Musset
Title: Lorenzaccio
Original Title: Lorenzaccio
Translator: Joanna Guze
Director:
Jacques Lassalle

Auditorium: Boguslawski Hall

Lorenzaccio

stage adaptation and direction: Jacques Lassalle
associate director: Edward Wojtaszek
set and costume design: Dorota Kołodyńska
music: Jacek Ostaszewski
lighting design: Mirosław Poznański 
choreography: Emil Wesołowski
fencing choreography: Tomasz Grochoczyński

Cast:

Alexander de Medicis, Cosmo de Medicis Zbigniew Zamachowski
Lorenzo Medici (Lorenzaccio) Marcin Hycnar
Cardinal Cibo Janusz Gajos
The Marquis of Cibo, François Pazzi Jacek Mikołajczak
Sir Maurice, Chancellor of the Council of Eight Marek Barbasiewicz
Cardinal Baccio Valori, Alamanno Salviati Jacek Różański
Julien Salviati Karol Pocheć / Arkadiusz Janiczek
Phillippe Strozzi Wiesław Komasa (guest actor)
Pierre Strozzi Mateusz Rusin (guest actor)
Thomas Strozzi Przemysław Wyszyński (guest actor) 
Léon Strozzi Bartłomiej Bobrowski 
Roberto Corsini, Third Citizen Paweł Tołwiński 
Bindo Altoviti Andrzej Blumenfeld
Venturi, First Citizen Mirosław Konarowski
Giomo the Hungarian  Modest Ruciński / Paweł Paprocki
Tebaldeo, Maffio Przemysław Stippa
Scoronconcolo Waldemar Kownacki
Marie Soderini Ewa Wiśniewska
Catherine Ginori Kinga Ilgner
The Marquise of Cibo Beata Ścibakówna
Louise Strozzi Katarzyna Dałek (guest actress) / Agnieszka Pawełkiewicz (guest actress)
Gabriela, Page Agnolo, First Woman Marta Dylewska (guest actress) / Agnieszka Pawełkiewicz (guest actress)
Ascanio Cibo, Little Strozzi ***
Goldsmith Jerzy Łapiński
Mercer Henryk Talar
Wife of the Second Citizen, Second Woman Wiesława Niemyska
Officer, First Preceptor Sławomir Federowicz (guest actor)
Lady of the Court, Citizen's Wife Joanna Kwiatkowska-Zduń
First Lady Bożena Stachura
Second Lady Magdalena Warzecha
Second Preceptor Szymon Nowak (guest actor)
German Soldier, City Screamer, Second Citizen Piotr Bąk (guest actor)

The Council of Eight Marek Barbasiewicz, Piotr Bąk (guest actor), Andrzej Blumenfeld, Mirosław Konarowski,  Waldemar Kownacki, Jacek Mikołajczak, Jacek Różański, Paweł Tołwiński
Exiles Piotr Bąk (guest actor), Sławomir Federowicz (guest actor), Kacper Matula (guest actor), Szymon Nowak (guest actor), Przemysław Wyszyński (guest actor), Otar Saralidze (guest actor), Paweł Tołwiński
Soldiers Sławomir Fedorowicz (guest actor), Szymon Nowak (guest actor), Kacper Matula (guest actor), Otar Saralidze (guest actor)  Monks Sławomir Federowicz (guest actor), Kacper Matula (guest actor), Szymon Nowak (guest actor), Otar Saralidze (guest actor), Przemysław Wyszyński (guest actor)
Masks Katarzyna Dałek (guest actress), Marta Dylewska (guest actress), Kinga Ilgner, Bożena Stachura, Magdalena Warzecha, Agnieszka Pawełkiewicz (guest actress), Bartłomiej Bobrowski, Sławomir Federowicz (guest actor), Kacper Matula (guest actor), Szymon Nowak (guest actor), Przemysław Wyszyński (guest actor)

Production team:

  • director's assistant: Philippe Chauvin
  • set designer's assistants: Elwira Szyszka, Anita Trzaskowska, Arkadiusz Chrustowski
  • lighting technicians: Krzysztof Stefan, Zbigniew Szulim
  • sound technicians: Rafał Barański, Mariusz Maszewski 
  • stage manager: Adam Borkowski
  • prompter: Jolanta Szydłowska

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