It is a story of a priest who tries to fight with a antisemic custom in a small Silesian village. The captivating struggle ends dramatically and involves even The Prince of Darkness.
The modern play written by Jarosław Murawski has a form of a thirteen-syllable verse. It is a mixture of sacrum and profanum, religion and politics, South park and a mourning ceremony in one coherent and captivating performance.
Partially funded by the Marshall Office of the Lower Silesia.
Took part in the finale of 20th National Competition for staging of a contemporary polish play.
6th DIVINE COMEDY International Theatre Festival in Kraków – an award for Włodzimierz Dyła for the Best supporting actor;
13th Festival of Contemporary Dramaturgy REALITY PRESENTED – Award for best performance, Marcin Liber received an award for the best director, Grupa Mixer and Mirek Kaczmarek received an award for light, set design and costumes, Włodzimierz Dyła and Mirosława Żak received awards for best actors, Włodzimierz Dyła and Mirosława Żak received Young Jury Awards for best actors