•  Theatre 2015
  The Aleksander Zelwerowicz National Academy of Dramatic Art, Warsaw
By: Konstantin Treplev
Directed by: Andrzej Domalik
The actors from Theatre of Alexandria often heard how Anton Chekhov defined his expectations for the theater: „No topics are necessary. In life there are no topics, everything is mixed up - shallow and depth, greatness with littleness, tragedy with ridiculousness. And you, gentlemen, you are simply mesmerized and subjugated by the routine and you are unable to break it. And we need new forms, new forms...”. „Six portraits with a seagull in the background” is a stage impression around the „Seagull” by Anton Chekhov, and it is also a story of one show and the dramatic fate of one of the participants of this event. The evening show of a cosmological play written by Konstantin Treplev will change the life of the main characters of this story significantly, unexpectedly for us - the audience - but also for themselves. Who knows? Perhaps, indeed, it happens that one does not go to the theater with impunity.
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