OBECNOŚĆ/PRESENCE \ “Intermezzo”, dir. Janusz Orlik, performed by Teatr Klucz & Discussion
- TypeTheatre / dance
- PlaceThe Grand Hall
- Hour g. 18.30
- Date 22.11.2023
- Price 20.00 zł
Performance "Intermezzo" and a discussion panel summarizing the two-year "Presence" project, with the participation of, among others: Stine Nielsen (NO), Claire Cunningham (UK), Justyna Wielgus (PL);
host: Justyna Czarnota; PL-EN interpretation by Szymon
Nowak, PJM interpretation: Marta Jaroń
tickets for the performance: PLN 30 (regular), PLN 20 (reduced); free admission for the discussion panel
Performance for teenagers and adults, translated into Polish Sign Language and English (captions).
The graphic consists of a peacocks fether and writing "Intermezzo" and logo of project "Presence"
William Shakespeare is claimed to have said: “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances.”
It may turn out to be funny and, possibly, dramatic—just as
the real, ideal theatre should be—where in a seemingly consensual and idyllic
artistic world everyone’s only waiting
for someone else to forget their lines and share the fate of a lead balloon.
All the signs are that the artists will the enter the stage to exit it eventually. They will probably do so on their own, although they may happen to be assisted or removed by force.
Not unlikely, only the memory of the artists will endure, while this play shall pass and find its honoured place in the deepest abyss of the theatrical quagmire; the spectator will be hoodwinked and made a fool of, remembering no more than the glass of wine they drank afterwards.
Tongue-in-cheek, Intermezzo is dedicated to all artists, especially those unfulfilled who continually hoping that “the next one” might finally be their big break.
choreography, set design: Janusz Orlik
cast: Mariusz Józefiak, Jarosław Kubiak, Antek Kurjata, Daniel Laskowski, Lidia Piskorska, Piotr Roszak, Karol Solski, Magdalena Szalbierz, Mariusz Sztuba
costumes: Agnieszka Ostrowska
light design: Janusz Orlik, Arkadiusz Kuczyński
therapeutic care: Hanna Rynowiecka
interpretation into Polish Sign Language: Antek Kurjata, Karina Akseńczuk
interpretation into English: Szymon Nowak
description: Marcin Głowiński
production: ZAMEK Culture Centre
This performance has been produced and presented to the public as part of the t performative arts programme "Presence", delivered by ZAMEK Culture Centre in Poznań in collaboration with CODA Oslo International Dance Festival and Teatr 21 of Warsaw, thanks to funding from the EEA and Norway Grants.
The actors of Teatr Klucz
participated in the "Przylesie" Occupational Therapy Workshop run by the Na Tak Association. Their adventure with theatre began in 2006, with a theatre workshop led by therapist Hanna Rynowiecka and actor Wojciech Deneka. For several years, the group has been working at the ZAMEK Culture Centre under the watchful eye of professional artists. This year, the artistic supervision over the group is exercised by Janusz Orlik, a dancer, choreographer and dance teacher. Professional dancers have also joined the group.
graduated from Warsaw Ballet School and studied at Brucknerkonservatorium Linz in Austria. His own choreographic works include “Exérèse monobloc”, “and thy neighbour as thyself”, “Live on stage”, “The Rite of Spring”, “Mute”, “Insight” (Special Award of The Minister of Culture and National Heritage of the Republic of Poland for the best choreography granted as part of the Polish Dance Platform 2014), “Koda (a tribute)” and “III Symfonia” (awarded in the "Competition for a choreographic piece to the music of a Polish composer" organized by the ZAiKS Authors' Association). Since 2002 Janusz has been a regular member of Vincent Dance Theatre (UK). In 2019 he became an artistic supervisor of Teatr Klucz operating as part of the "Common Theater" project carried out by the Zamek Culture Center in Poznań. In 2022 he created “Tranquillo”, a dance theatre performance for Teatr Klucz. He collaborated with Joanna Leśnierowska, Nigel Charnock, Rosalind Crisp, Isabelle Schad, Ugo Dehaes, Olga Cobos and Peter Mika among others. Janusz delivers movement and choreographic workshops in various venues, dance schools and community centres in Poland and abroad.