Right here. Right now
Title: Performance “Right here. Right now.” / “Właśnie tu. Właśnie teraz."
Creators: Teatr CHOREA / Laboratorium Kreatywnego Działania (Poland)
Leaders: Janusz Adam Biedrzycki, Wiktor Moraczewski, Magdalena Paszkiewicz
Music: Paweł Odorowicz, Antoni Kowarski
Visuals: Rami Shaya
Cast: Laboratorium Kreatywnego Działania Group - Anastasiya Bakhtyukova, Nina Baranowska, Natalia Bednarek, Antonina Borowska, Iga Denst, Róża Felcenloben, Julia Konopka, Antoni Kowarski, Lilianna Maj, Jakub Mejna, Natalia Niźnikowska, Nikol Olak, Justyna Olczak, Izabela Papierska, Zofia Piątkowska, Joanna Podlejska, Monika Rutkowska, Julia Szydłowska, Zuzanna Szymczyk, Konstancja Tomanik, Wiktoria Wieczorek, Ulyana Zaruba
Date: 30.08.2019 / Friday /
Time: 8:30 pm
Place: Spaces in Art_Inkubator in Fabryka Sztuki in Lodz
Tickets: admission in free, no prior reservation
Duration: 30 minutes (no intermissions)
Viewers' age: no limitations
DESCRIPTION OF THE PERFORMANCE:
Performance "Right here. Right now." is an attempt to tell the story of young people who are struggling with demons of misunderstanding and exclusion, while looking for the meaning of such values as freedom and equality. The performance is build form impressions of young people's life and their experiences, therefore creating this performance turned out to be a real game shaping their own identity.
INFORMATION ABOUT THE ARTISTS:
The performance was created as part of the project "Labolatorium Kreatywnego Działania" led by CHOREA Theatre in a form of weekly workshop meetings with young people. The workshops are aimed at broadening their competences and discovering new possibilities of expression in the area of art and theatre research.
Janusz Adam Biedrzycki - Actor, dancer, choreographer, theatre instructor. A graduate of the Faculty of Humanities, specialization: Cultural Studies, Folklore and Ethnology, Theater Studies and Film Studies at the University of Maria Curie-Sklodowska in Lublin. A graduate of Cultural Management at the Institute of Theory of Literature, Theatre and Audiovisual Arts of the University of Lodz. Co-founder and member of CHOREA Theatre Association. Graduate of 'Educator in the theater' course, organized by the Zbigniew Raszewski Theatre Institute in Warsaw. He collaborates with neTTheatre in Lublin, Pinokio Puppet and Actor Theatre in Lodz, Cinema Theatre in Michalowice and Kana Theatre in Szczecin. Choreographer and co-director of performances: 'Roosteras, badgers and other goats' and 'Fall - PsychoSomaticGaym' monodrama. Originator and producer of the series of workshops completed by the 'The Ugly' performance. Scholar of the Ministery of Culture and National Heritage in 2010 and 2014 and scholar of the Office of the City of Lodz in 2013 and 2017. Initiator and executor of 'Vidomi' project and 'Vidomi-Continuation' project, which was a series of dance workshops with the participation of blind and visually impaired people, completed by two performances 'Vidomi' and 'The Darkness'. Co-author of a handbook 'Actors phisical training. From individual to group actions'. Experienced in leading theatre and dance workshops all over Poland and abroad.
Wiktor Moraczewski - Bachelor graduate of Cultural Studies and Theatre Studies at the University of Lodz (Department of Drama and Theatre). Currently a student of master's studies - Theatre in Contemporary Culture, at the Department of Drama and Theatre on the University of Lodz. Since 2014 he cooperates with Górna Culture Center in Lodz, where he co-organized and participated in Polish and international projects - like 'Radar', created by a method of Sensory Labirynth Theatre, of which he is a certified instructor. He gained experience and an european certificate in this field by participating in international theatre project 'Ritual Beyond Roots' held as part of the Erasmus+ program in Romania, and during international projects like 'Calypso - il teatro per il sociale' in Italy. Since 2015 he cooperates with the Foundation - Theatre Institute of Mieczysław Hertz in Lodz. In 2016 he was adapting the text and creating dramaturgy for a performance of Anna Cichy-Fatyga 'Towards a Big Sea', directed by Jacek Orłowski. The subject of his BA thesis were the theatre rooms in Grand Hotel in Lodz. In terms of a project 'Institute - (m)Łodzi' he created a photographic exhibition '7.15 p.m.', which was a part of his research and scientific work. The second edition of this exhibition was presented in Art_Inkubator in Fabryka Sztuki in Lodz, in terms of Nationwide Theatre Festival Perspektywy 2017, and during the 3rd Congress of Polish Theatre Studies Society. Since 2017 he cooperates with the CHOREA Theatre as a playwright. He wrote the script for the performance 'Darkness. What is hidden', directed by Janusz Adam Biedrzycki and Magdalena Paszkiewicz. He is also a theatre critic. His articles and reviews are published in 'Dziennik Łódzki', and in the cultural magazine of Lodz region 'Kalejdoskop'.
Paweł Odorowicz - Musician (viola), improviser, composer, arranger, sideman, recording engineer. Born in 1973 in Lublin (Poland). Graduated form Crakow Music Academy in 1998, and in 2011-2014 a lecturer at the Department of Contemporary Music, Jazz and Percussion at the Cracow Music Academy. In 2011 and 2014 he received the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage scholarships for: 'Milosz in living pictures' - multimedia show based on poetry of Nobel's awarded polish writer Czeslaw Milosz (2011), and 'Zabawianki, wyliczanki, kołysanki, czyli Kolberg dzieciom' - songs and music plays for children based on traditional polish music (2014). In 2017 he received the President of The Lublin City scholarschip for composition of music for string quartet based on traditional polish music. In 2016 he became a laureate of the 'Real Musicians Tournament' in Philharmonic in Szczecin. He is a two-time Grand Prix winner in the 'New Tradition' Folk Music Contest organized by Polish Radio: in 2014 with the group Trzy Dni Później, and in 2017 with the original project 'Songs of Transition' performed by the duo Grochocki_Odorowicz. He is cooperating with famous polish theatre director Leszek Mądzik (Scena Plastyczna KUL), creating live music for his theatre shows 'Out of the darkness' (Warsaw, 2015), 'Furrow II' (Christchurch, New Zealand, 2015), 'Gate. Piotrkowska 26' (Lodz, 2016), '(She) leaves' (Wrocław, 2016), - 'Corset' (Lodz, 2016). Paweł Odorowicz tooks part in over 40 CD and DVD records. He cooperates with CHOREA Theatre since 2013. He performs in CHOREA Theatre projects, performanceas and concerts: 'Gilgamesh' (2013), 'Lullabies' (2013), 'After The Birds' (2016), 'Spojrzystośc' (2017), 'IN_NI' (2017).