And finally, Kristof Kaczmarek commandeers the stage in his moments as Serebryakov, a man blissfully unaware that the days of his importance as a lover, a justice, a figure of importance, are all behind him, and all that’s left is larger than life Absurdity. He understands his Chekhov and is genuinely funny, but also tragic, in his pomposity.
show went for 45 minutes and I was rivited by the fantastic acting of this man once again, do keep an eye out for anything from this little Polish theatre group
My oldest son is a sportsman so the emotions expressed in the play he really could relate to. He flet the ending could have provided more solutions to the dilemmas expressed.
Very good play, and very well acted of course. I encourage others to go along and see it. It only goes for an hour, and the time flew by (always a sign that you're engrossed in what's going on). Rug up nice and warm if you do go though, as you'll be able to enjoy it a lot more if you're not thinking about being cold. Very good.
This play is blackly comical and is subtly directed byKristof Kaczmarek, who works hard to bring much humour and absurdity to the surreal writing. The interplay between He and She involves a lot of witty banter and playfulness, and both of the leads are up to the task of keeping this delicate game of back and forth alive. Nejdana’s script asks a lot of questions but rarely provides neat solutions and this is a part of its appeal. Although death looms large over the entire play, the experience never becomes maudlin or depressing, instead the thrill of cheating death becomes the experience for the performer’s and audience alike.ll people more about this item.