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Teatr Polska

Teatr Polska, like a seasoned playwright, is woven into the fabric of life’s stage. It is a project organized by the Theater Institute in Warsaw, directed like a spotlight, to illuminate access to the finest theatrical performances of Polish theaters for residents of towns where there is no institutional theater.

Just as life itself takes center stage, Teatr Polska assumes the role of a benevolent director, popularizing the art of theater. With the grace of a skilled actor, it tirelessly works to lift the economic barriers that shroud the theater, especially in places far from the grand theaters of metropolis.

For me, accompanying Teatr Polska on this journey was reminiscent of traversing tiny towns where time, like heaps, seemed to have come to a standstill. In every nook and cranny, you could feel the echoes of bygone eras, reminiscent of the fading echoes of a play. From charming milk bars to weathered buildings, whose facades bore the marks of institutions long gone from the stage of life.