After many years Witold Gombrowicz comes back to Wałbrzych’s stage.
What does he want to tell us today?
Who is Iwona and why do we want it so badly not to have her here?
In immensity of theatrical interpretations, Iwona has already been everyone. Today she’s a manifesto of self-determination, a valid question about normativity and who determines it. Or rather a question about democracy? Freedom? Alienations? Passive protest forms?
„Iwona, Princess of Burgundy” is a performance about an increasing need of empathy and look for identity. It’s a question why Poland is something we can be choked by.
The performance is a triple debut:
directing – Grzegorz Jaremko; stage scenery – Rafał Domagała; acting – Jakub Sasak