Teatr Klinika Lalek - Seven Tons of Pure Happiness

Teatr Klinika Lalek (Poland)

Teatr Klinika Lalek was founded in 1988 at the Puppetry Department of Wrocław Theatre School. While the artists were still students they produced four performances, including two open-air spectacles. At that time they created their manifesto called Med-Art, that was followed up with happenings and expressed a desire to cure the art. In 1991 the company moved to Wolimierz, a small village in Pogórze Izerskie. Since then the company has been a village wandering puppet theatre. As the company moved, the core of the theatre was created — the same people who lead the group today: Joanna Jemiołka Wiktorczyk and Krzysztof Wiktor Wiktorczyk. In 1991 the members of the theatre founded the Foundation to Support Alternative and Ecological Cultures, whose main aim is endorsing ecological activities, promoting art, as well as initiating and coordinating ecological actions in the village of Wolimierz. Besides, the Foundation supports Teatr Klinika Lalek.


Teatr Formy - Master and Margarita

Teatr Formy (Poland)

TEATR FORMY-SCENA PANTOMIMY (Pantomime Stage, previously Contemporary Pantomime Theatre) was established in 1996 by Józef Markocki, who comes from Wrocław Pantomime Theatre and Master Henryk Tomaszewski’s school. All the members of the group are professional actors and the company takes root in the best traditions of Polish pantomime. They are interested in contemporary times and the modern person, with everything that happens to him or her, irritates, moves or scares them. In order to talk about the experience of homo sapiens in the 21st century, but also about the eternal struggle of ideals with human imperfections, Józef Markocki uses literary inspirations, as well as myths and legends that are common to many different cultures. The theatre uses the universal language of gesture, therefore does not need any translation and often performs at festivals in Poland an abroad. The company has performed in Sweden, the Netherlands, Spain, Russia, France, Belgium, Belarus, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, Germany, Italy, Serbia, Croatia, Iran and Ukraine.


V.O.S.A. Theatre - High Dreaming

V.O.S.A. Theatre (Czechy)

V.O.S.A. Theatre was founded in 2010 by a group of acrobats and performers who worked together, under the direction of Jakub Vedral, to prepare a spectacle for EXPO 2010 in Shanghai. They created High Dreaming – a parade with elements of the new circus, accompanied by live music.

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