My Stay’s Almost Over and I’m Still Alone

Friday, November 3, 2023, 7:00 PM

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Yet another group in the sanatorium. New patients arrive at the springs to regain their health, profit from treatments and exercise, go for walks and, above all, dance. The director of the centre – Józef Dietl – is an outstanding doctor. A doctor who understands that treatment will not work without love or at least a spafling.

Therefore he created a recipe for an elixir that allows to experience the first intoxication even for those who have already returned to diapers. A recipe.... which he has lost and is now looking for in the spa, trying to retrieve its composition. He thinks back to the times and places where he tried to create it. He travels into the mythical and historical past.... while the patients subject themselves as diligently as they can to the discipline of diet and exercise in order to regain their former health, and in the afternoons – throw themselves into the swirl of social life.

Perhaps the mystery of the elixir will succeed in turning back time. On the other hand, perhaps time is fine as it is – when right now, while retired, an ailing body gets one more chance for love, or even better: for sex.

  • Direction: Cezary Tomaszewski
  • Text: Iga Gańcarczyk , Daria Kubisiak
  • Set design and costumes: Maciej Chorąży , Bracia - Agnieszka Klepacka
  • Musical direction: Weronika Krówka
  • Musical development: Cezary Tomaszewski
  • Lights: Jędrzej Jęcikowski
  • Makeup: Kacper Rączkowski
  • Stage manager: Anna Wójcicka
  • Production: Izabella Oleś
  • Cast:

    Pola Błasik
    Lidia Bogaczówna
    Agnieszka Kościelniak
    Katarzyna Zawiślak-Dolny
    Karol Kubasiewicz
    Daniel Malchar
    Antoni Milancej
    Rafał Szumera

Małopolska Garden of Arts

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The Małopolska Garden of Art is a space open to artists looking for a new theatrical language and new forms of interactions with the audience.It is the most experimental space of the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow.

Here, the viewers can break with their habits and try to find themselves in a situation requiring interaction with the authors. The artists, operating at the crossroads of diverse arts, seek inspiration from various artistic areas, with particular emphasis on music and visual elements. MOS combines sound, theatre, installation and multimedia art. It is becoming not only a place where artists looking for a new language for performing arts can prosper, but also a place of promotional events and cooperation with numerous Krakow cultural initiatives.

Following the latest world trends, the Słowacki Theatre creates an open facility, the spaces of which are meant to be a meeting place for youth, children, people with disabilities, the elderly, as well as professionals, artists and enthusiasts of various fields of modern art.

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