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The Winners of the Audience Plebiscite of the XXIII Festival

The XXIII International Festival of Plays Pleasant and Unpleasant has just come to an end. „Avantgarde As a State of Mind” was the theme of this year's edition of the Festival. The following spectacles took part in the competition part of the Festival:

* “Triumph of the Will” by Paweł Demirski, directed by Monika Strzępka (produced by The Helena Modrzejewska National Stary Theatre in Cracow)
* “All About My Mother” by Tomasz Śpiewak, directed by Michał Borczuch (produced by Łaźnia Nowa Theatre in Cracow)
* “Stateswomen, Sluts of Revolution, or the Learned Ladies” by Jolanta Janiczak, directed by Wiktor Rubin (produced by The Hieronim Konieczka Polish Theatre in Bydgoszcz)
* “Hunting Scenes from Bavaria” by Martin Sperr, directed by Grażyna Kania (produced by Polish Theatre in Poznań)
“Point Zero. The Kindly Ones” by Janusz Opryński, directed by Janusz Opryński (produced by Provisorium Theatre in Lublin)
* “Bakersfield Mist” by Stephen Sachs, directed by Justyna Celeda (produced by Powszechny Theatre in Łódź)
* “Dryl” by Wojciech Bruszewski, directed by Marta Streker (produced by Powszechny Theatre in Łódź)

Here are the results of the Audience Plebiscite (the spectators cast their votes both in a traditional way and by internet):

The Best Performance – „Triumph of the Will”

by Paweł Demirski, directed by Monika Strzępka

(produced by The Helena Modrzejewska National Stary Theatre in Cracow)

The Best Actress – Milena Lisiecka

for the role of Maude Gutman in „Bakersfield Mist”

by Stephen Sachs, directed by Justyna Celeda

(produced by Powszechny Theatre in Łódź)

The Best Actor – Łukasz Lewandowski

for the role of  Max Aue in „Point Zero. The Kindly Ones”

by Janusz Opryński, directed by Janusz Opryński

(produced by Provisorium Theatre in Lublin)

 

„Mothers And Sons” by Terrence McNally, directed by Krystyna Janda (produced by Polonia Theatre in Warsaw) and „The Dresser” by Ronald Harwood, directed by Adam Sajnuk (produced by National Theatre in Warsaw) were the masters’ presentations and therefore they did not take part in the plebiscite.

Thank you for your votes. Our sincere congratulations to all winners!

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