date: 22 March 2020, 18:00 and 21:00
duration: 60 min
tickets: 1 PLN
playwrights: Magdalena Drab, Albert Pyśk, direction: Magdalena Drab, music: Albert Pyśk
cast: Rafał Derkacz, Albert Pyśk
producers: Joanna Zabuska, Wojciech Miłek
The inscriptions on urban walls gave rise to the story, building songs and speaking on behalf of anonymous vandals, more or less talented street poets, giving a picture of their desires, dramas or sense of humour.
The performance is an image of our time, but also of stubbornly returning obsessions of a human race.
What does contemporary Lascaux say about us? What song is being hummed today in the streets?
We are not a formal band, but rather a group of friends who felt the need to create something together, to speak about important matters. We met in 2017 at the Helena Modrzejewska Theatre in Legnica, where we were acting together. Many ideas, discussions and conversations resulted in the concept for the show. The spectacle is inspired by texts from urban walls, which are a material emanation of extreme human feelings. These inscriptions, often witty, surprising, brilliant, known to residents and arousing extreme emotions, became the base of songs and an inspiration of the story’s script.