“Intelligent People” - 55th preview of the Reading theatre for people with poor eyesight and blind

“Intelligent People” by Marc Feyet was the 55th preview of the Reading theatre for people with poor eyesight and blind. The play was presented on Wednesday, 26 April, on our Small Stage. The play was directed – as always – on a voluntary basis by the theatre director Ewa Pilawska. Again the house was crowded, we welcomed visitors not only from Lodz and the Lodz province, but also from the Poznan province. Thank you for coming!     

The play tells a story of three couples electrified one day by the news that one of them has decided to separate. It not only starts heated discussion on whose blame it has been but also makes hidden emotions come into daylight.  The turn of the events shows differences between the worlds of men and women, it also starts an intricate play in which everybody tries to find the truth.     

Do the worlds of men and women differ so much? And if so, how are we able to live together? Or is it the differences that make our relationships intensive, rich and fabulous as in a kaleidoscope?       

Marc Fayet
“Intelligent People” (“Des gens intelligents”)
Translated by: Irma Helt                
Directed by: Ewa Pilawska
Cast: Karolina Krawczyńska, Karolina Łukaszewicz, Aleksandra Listwan, Jakub Kotyński, Arkadiusz Wójcik,  Artur Zawadzki
Script: Jarosław Dziedzic

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