The Winners of the Audience Plebiscite of the 25th edition of International Festival of Plays Pleasant and Unpleasant

The viewers of the 25th edition of International Festival of Plays Pleasant and Unpleasant chose their favourites. Here are the results of the Audience Plebiscite (the spectators cast their votes both in a traditional way and by internet):

The Best Performance – „Alte Meister” (“Old Masters”),  directed by Thom Luz (produced by Deutsches Theater in Berlin)

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“The Trojan Women”,  directed by Jan Klata (produced by Wybrzeże Theatre in Gdańsk)

The Best Actress – Sandra Korzeniak for her role in  “Under the Influnce”, directed by Maja Kleczewska (produced by The Stanisław Wyspiański Śląski Theatre in Katowice)

The Best Actor – Radosław Krzyżowski for his role in  “A Year of Everyday Life in Central Eastern Europe”, directed by Monika Strzępka (produced by The Helena Modrzejewska National Stary Theatre in Kraków)


 The following spectacles took part in the competition part of the Festival:

  • „ A Year of Everyday Life in Central Eastern Europe”, directed by Monika Strzępka (produced by The Helena Modrzejewska National Stary Theatre in Cracow)
  • „Alte Meister” (“Old Masters”),  directed by Thom Luz (produced by Deutsches Theater in Berlin)
  • “The Goethe Institute”,  directed by Cezary Tomaszewski (produced by The Jerzy Szaniawski Dramatyczny Theatre in Wałbrzych)
  • “Ferragosto”, directed by Adam Orzechowski (Powszechny Theatre in Łódź)
  • “Under the Influnce”, directed by by Maja Kleczewska (produced by The Stanisław Wyspiański Śląski Theatre in Katowice)
  • „Ashes and Diamonds – the Riddle of Immortality”, directed by Marcin Liber (produced by The Modjeska Theatre in Legnica).
  • Hymn To Love”, directed by Marta Górnicka (produced by Women Choir Foundation, Polski Theatre in Poznań, Ringlokschuppen Ruhr, Maxim Gorki Theater Berlin)
  • “The Trojan Women”,  directed by Jan Klata (produced by Wybrzeże Theatre in Gdańsk)
  • “Come Back”, directed by Anna Augustynowicz (co-production of Powszechny Theatre in Łódź and Współczesny Theatre in Szczecin)

„Uhlans”, directed by Piotr Cieplak (produced by National Theatre in Warsaw) was a master performance and it did not take part in the Plebiscite.

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


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