An iconic work of Polish cinema, rethought thirty-five years after its creation by Krzysztof Kieślowski.
A meditation upon the moral foundations of the present – in the 1980s and now. Ten sequential episodes linked to the Ten Commandments raise important questions about the meaning of the Bible in the 21st century, and about the differences between this century and the previous one.
Please mind that there is cigarette smoke in the show, as well as smoke effects during performance.
director: Wojciech Faruga
author of stage adaptation: Davit Gabunia
dramaturgy: Julia Holewińska
set, costumes and lighting design: Katarzyna Borkowska
music: Bartosz Dziadosz
choreography: Krystian Łysoń
Awards and Nominations:
2023 – The Konrad Swinarski Award to Wojciech Faruga for the best theatre director of 2022/2023 season – for the direction of The Decalogue
2023 – nomination for the Aleksander Zelwerowicz Award in "the best actor of 2022/2023 season" category for Edyta Olszówka for the roles of Ann, Student, Hannah, Chairwoman, Daughter
2023 – nomination for the Aleksander Zelwerowicz Award in "the best actor of 2022/2023 season" category for Paweł Brzeszcz for the roles of Tom, Student, Jacek
Sophie, Housekeeper, Judge, Woman
Ann, Student, Hannah, Chairwoman, Daughter
Christopher, Student, Janusz, Peter, Man, Computer
Madge, Student, Eve, Girl
Tom, Student, Jacek
Michael, Student, Priest, Owner, Watchman, Gas Fitter
George, Student, Jeziorski, Mark, Blond Man, Manager
Arthur, Student, Wojciech, Bearded Man
Lena Janzem / Zofia Zielińska – Daughter
- director's assistant: Mateusz Kmiecik
- lighting technicians: Łukasz Obuch-Woszczatyński, Tomasz Księżak
- sound technicians: Marcin Kotwa, Maciej Rybicki
- stage manager: Krzystzof Kuszczyk
prompter: Anna Leszczyńska
Licence for this stage production was granted by the Society of Authors – ZAiKS.