Repertoire of the New Theatre

Nowy Teatr /




18 – 20 September 10:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m.


A performance installation by Iza Chlewińska for the smallest children (0.5-2 years old) and their carers. MaMoMi affects all senses. It makes use of children’s natural need to have fun and their curiosity. Children’s social, cognitive and perceptive skills will be developed with movement, observation, visual elements and sound. The little ones can actively participate in the performance or just watch it.

Tickets: PLN 20


18 September 07:00 p.m.

Theatre ideas for real. The theatre as an event: How should a lecture on the theatre look like?

The first meeting under a series of lectures by Wojtek Ziemilski.
Free admission


22-23 September 07:00 p.m.
Welcome to Caveland

Philippe Quesne’s guest performance

The anthropologist explores post-humane territories and takes the audience on a journey to the underworld of moles.

Quesne is known as the wizard of theatre, who has become one of the most popular guest of European festivals in recent years.



Regular – PLN 50
Reduced – PLN 35
Tickets for three performances under 2017 Nowy Teatr Guests: Welcome to Caveland, Crave, Five Easy Pieces:
Regular – PLN 120
Reduced – PLN 75  



22 IX 08:45 p.m. – Meeting with Philippe Quesne
22 IX 09:40 p.m. – Night vision A discussion about what can be seen in the dark. Andrzej Leder and Michał Bejger.
22 IX 11:00 p.m. – Dark Jam Party. GAAP KVLT - dj set
23 IX 04:30 p.m. – “Cave of forgotten dreams" by Werner Herzog 


25 September 07:00 p.m.

It’s a scandal: The ethos of avant-garde 

The first meeting under a series of lectures by Dorota Semenowicz.

Scandal was first used purposely as a tool to affect the audience by the avant garde. It aimed to restore the art, open the audience to radically new things. We will refer to avant garde practices using shock to ask what the ethos of avant garde is and how it penetrates our thoughts today.

Free admission


26 September 08:00 p.m.
27 – 28 September 11:00 a.m. and 08:00 p.m.
Henrietta Lacks

It happened in Baltimore, 1951. 31-year-old Henrietta had uterine cancer and died after several months of unsuccessful treatment. She didn’t know that she had her cells which were able to multiply taken. She didn’t learn about HeLa cells and the reaction they produced among scientists. Her five children didn’t receive any support while disloyal doctors gained symbolic and/or material profits thanks to her. This is a melodrama worthy of a Hollywood production. But wouldn’t it be better to look at Henrietta Lacks’ story from a joint perspective and calmly think about the ownership of the cells? Would the scientific progress be possible if we had the right to claim a financial compensation for the tissues? Would there be a price list of cells? What would be the price of a healthy or cancerous one? Which one would be more valuable? It also raises doubts about the democracy of medical progress. Who profits and benefits from it? The story of Henrietta and HeLa cells refers to numerous topics but doesn’t provide any answers. It plays with conscience, experience and beliefs.


Script: Anna Smolar, Marta Malikowska, Maciej Pesta, Sonia Roszczuk, Jan Sobolewski
Director: Anna Smolar
Dramaturgy support: Piotr Gruszczyński
Stage design and costumes: Anna Met
Music and musical arrangement: Natalia Fiedorczuk-Cieślak
Lights: Rafał Paradowski
Movement: Jan Sobolewski & ensemble
Cast: Marta Malikowska, Sonia Roszczuk, Maciej Pesta, Jan Sobolewski


Sunday: PLN 50/30
Monday-Tuesday: PLN 40/25
Entrance ticket: PLN 20


29 September 08:00 p.m.
I dream of Yokohama
Paweł Tomaszewski’s concert
Director: Arkadiusz Tworus
Arrangements: Miłosz Wośko

A concert in the Wars i Sawa cafe at Nowy Teatr
Free admission


30 September – 2 October 11:00 a.m.

The Indians

A play for children above 7 years of age. A journey to the source of bravery hidden in the mysterious history of the Black Snake.
Director: Justyna Sobczyk

Dramaturgy: Justyna Lipko-Konieczna
Script: Justyna Lipko-Konieczna, Justyna Sobczyk
Text: actors from Teatr 21
Movement: Justyna Wielgus
Set and lighting design: Justyna Łagowska
Costumes, stage props: Wisła Nicieja
Music: Paweł Andryszczyk
Grzegorz Brandt, Magdalena Czerwińska, Anna Drózd, Teresa Foks, Daniel Krajewski, Maja Kowalczyk, Jan Adam Kowalewski, Barbara Lityńska, Anna Łuczak, Aleksander Orliński, Martyna Peszko, Michał Pęszyński, Emilia Rajca, Piotr Sakowski, Aleksandra Skotarek, Cecylia Sobolewska, Marta Stańczyk, Piotr Swend, Magdalena Świątkowska, Justyna Wielgus

Producer: Nowy Teatr and Teatr 21.

Tickets: PLN 35
Group ticket for groups above 10 people: PLN 25
Entrance ticket: PLN 20 


1-2 October 12:30 p.m.

The Indians Theatre workshop

An incredible journey to the world of a theatre play. A unique chance to show the audience an original theatre set. Together, we will set our own camp on stage and go on a journey in search of stories hidden among theatre props.

An introduction and supplement to topics mentioned in the performance “The Indians”. Both those who have already seen the play as well as those who are going to are welcomed. A great chance to have fun with family. That is why, we invite children with parents. Tribe stories, Indian names, songs, dream catchers and totems will be the reason to meet and discuss such issues as community, bravery, diversification, human relations with nature and people themselves.

The workshop will be coordinated by: Dagna Dąbrowiecka, Katarzyna Trzeszkowska and one of the actors from Teatr 21. 

Entry fee: PLN 5/person



 Find out more: www.nowyteatr.org

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