Theatre certainly has to be: personal, have credible characters, be able to communicate and not be afraid of mystery and metaphysics. If the actor and director don’t draw from their experiences, emotions, desires and complexes – but just show up in the evening to “do” a play, change clothes and go home – then it becomes a truly ossified institution.
Poniedziałek is one of Krzysztof Warlikowski’s leading actors, he is also a director and a translator of Tennessee Williams’ plays. During his five years at the Stary Theatre he appeared in The Silver Dream of Salome directed by Jerzy Jarocki, The People’s Malachi directed by Rudolf Zioło, Peer Gynt directed by Marek Fiedor and Jerzy Grzegorzewski’s famed Forefathers’ Eve: Twelve Improvisations. His memorable film performances include: Changes (2013), Trzeci (2005) and The Offsiders (2008). (source: culture.pl)
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