The performance started out with the protest of persons with disabilities
and their parents (RON), which began on the premises of the Polish Parliament
on April 18th and lasted until May 27th, 2018. Shortly before the December
premiere, director Justyna Sobczyk explained: “As a theatre which takes a
watchful, attentive and critical look at the realities of social and political
life in Poland where it concerns people with disabilities, we could not leave
the forty days of occupation of the parliament without a comment. We found that
we could not ignore a gesture of such magnitude. It had its weight, power, and
impact! We wish to revisit that event and create a theatrical opportunity to step
together into the field of social tensions.”
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