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Future Laboratory

Prestigious project involving research residencies focused on social integration all across Europe.

Nowy Teatr belongs to a network of 12 European partner organisations who have initiated Future Laboratory, a prestigious project involving research residencies focused on social integration all across Europe. 15 artists will take part in three research residencies in three participating European institutions over 30 months. During the residences, each institution will offer the artists the opportunity to access local resources – organisations, foundations, artists, members of local communities, etc. who will allow them to study socio-political realities present in each partner theatre and the city where it is based. The program also covers mentoring and master courses. The aim of the residences is to formulate ideas for projects based on the most vital, pressing issues involving social integration, as well as new and nonexistent narratives which, according to artists, should be presented on theatrical stages of the future.

Nowy Teatr will support two stipend recipients and host five residents.

EWA MIKUŁA

Born in Mysłowice, Ewa Mikuła is a dramaturge, director and author. She is a graduate of Theatrical Direction Studies (specialising in theatrical dramaturgy) at the St. Wyspiański Academy of Theatrical Arts in Krakow and Theatrical Studies at Jagiellonian University. She explores documentary forms, especially in the contexts of work and creating identities.

My activities as part of the Future Laboratory project are an attempt to continue and expand considerations regarding the identity of young people from minority ethnic groups. I was inspired by attempts to observe my own Silesian identity, along with its ungraspable and multilayered aspects. For some time, I had been asking myself questions: Who am I as a contemporary representative of a minority group? Can we find different ways of describing minorities other than challenging histories, colourful traditions and other preconditioned stereotypes? In the age of globalisation is my local identity still valid? And why, even though I feel proud of my origins, I still feel ashamed of admitting to them?

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EWA MIKUŁA project pdf

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February 03

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Odyssey. A Story for Hollywood

Krzysztof Warlikowski
Theater

February 04

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Odyssey. A Story for Hollywood

Krzysztof Warlikowski
Theater

February 05

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Odyssey. A Story for Hollywood

Krzysztof Warlikowski
Theater

February 10

Shame

Małgorzata Wdowik
Theater

February 11

Shame

Małgorzata Wdowik
Theater
English subtitles

February 12

Shame

Małgorzata Wdowik
Theater

March 07

Cinema of Moral Anxiety

Michał Borczuch
Theater / Age 16+

March 08

Cinema of Moral Anxiety

Michał Borczuch
Theater / Age 16+
English subtitles

March 09

Cinema of Moral Anxiety

Michał Borczuch
Theater / Age 16+

March 18

Sold out

Kabaret warszawski

Krzysztof Warlikowski
Theater / Age 16+

March 19

Kabaret warszawski

Krzysztof Warlikowski
Theater / Age 16+

March 21

Kabaret warszawski

Krzysztof Warlikowski
Theater / Age 16+

March 22

Kabaret warszawski

Krzysztof Warlikowski
Theater / Age 16+

March 23

Kabaret warszawski

Krzysztof Warlikowski
Theater / Age 16+

March 28

375 0908 2334 - The body you are calling is currently not available

Igor Shugaleev
Theater / Actions

March 29

375 0908 2334 - The body you are calling is currently not available

Igor Shugaleev
Theater / Actions

March 30

375 0908 2334 - The body you are calling is currently not available

Igor Shugaleev
Theater / Actions

April 21

Symposium

Krzysztof Garbaczewski
Theater / Age 16+

April 22

Symposium

Krzysztof Garbaczewski
Theater / Age 16+

April 23

Symposium

Krzysztof Garbaczewski
Theater / Age 16+

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