Polish Contemporary Theatre: An Interpretation Through a Global Lens

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dc.abstract.enTheatre is one of Poland’s strongest artistic fortes and has gained a high level of recognition abroad. Its theatre companies perform on the highest level of stages and theatre festivals across the globe. This thesis aims to provide an interpretation and analysis of Polish contemporary theatre through a global lens and focuses on various affects displayed by contemporary plays shown abroad. It begins with a brief history of the so-called “founding fathers,” of international acclaim, Jerzy Grotowski and Tadeusz Kantor. It then goes on to analyze Kalkwerk, as staged by Krystian Lupa, the so called “Grand Master,” or “the Father,” of contemporary Polish theatre and the various affects displayed by the actors performing on stage, as well as a focus on the international recognition the play received. The following chapter goes on to analyze Krum, as staged by Krzysztof Warlikowski, the second most recognized Polish contemporary theatre director. It observes the different universal emotions at stake in the play and provides the diverse responses the play received abroad. The thesis also provides a brief analysis of the renowned annual Divine Comedy festival, which features Poland’s greatest theatre talents, and turns the city of Krakow into an international hub of culture. The thesis is an analysis aimed to focus on the common, universal aspects found in the chosen performances on the level of emotional connections and interactions. The submitted work answers the question of why Polish theater is so successful across the globe.pl
dc.abstract.plTheatre is one of Poland’s strongest artistic fortes and has gained a high level of recognition abroad. Its theatre companies perform on the highest level of stages and theatre festivals across the globe. This thesis aims to provide an interpretation and analysis of Polish contemporary theatre through a global lens and focuses on various affects displayed by contemporary plays shown abroad. It begins with a brief history of the so-called “founding fathers,” of international acclaim, Jerzy Grotowski and Tadeusz Kantor. It then goes on to analyze Kalkwerk, as staged by Krystian Lupa, the so called “Grand Master,” or “the Father,” of contemporary Polish theatre and the various affects displayed by the actors performing on stage, as well as a focus on the international recognition the play received. The following chapter goes on to analyze Krum, as staged by Krzysztof Warlikowski, the second most recognized Polish contemporary theatre director. It observes the different universal emotions at stake in the play and provides the diverse responses the play received abroad. The thesis also provides a brief analysis of the renowned annual Divine Comedy festival, which features Poland’s greatest theatre talents, and turns the city of Krakow into an international hub of culture. The thesis is an analysis aimed to focus on the common, universal aspects found in the chosen performances on the level of emotional connections and interactions. The submitted work answers the question of why Polish theater is so successful across the globe.pl
dc.affiliationWydział Studiów Międzynarodowych i Politycznychpl
dc.areaobszar nauk humanistycznychpl
dc.areaobszar nauk społecznychpl
dc.contributor.advisorRobson, Garry - 199785 pl
dc.contributor.authorSemczyk, Monicapl
dc.contributor.departmentbycodeUJK/WSMPpl
dc.contributor.reviewerRobson, Garry - 199785 pl
dc.contributor.reviewerVaughan, Patrick - 132497 pl
dc.date.accessioned2020-07-26T18:55:04Z
dc.date.available2020-07-26T18:55:04Z
dc.date.submitted2015-10-09pl
dc.fieldofstudystudia transatlantyckiepl
dc.identifier.apddiploma-101822-125553pl
dc.identifier.projectAPD / Opl
dc.identifier.urihttps://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/208793
dc.languageengpl
dc.subject.enPolish Contemporary theatre, Jerzy Grotowski, Tadeusz Kantor, Krystian Lupa, Krzysztof Warlikowski, affects, emotions, diverse, abroad, international, Divine Comedypl
dc.subject.plPolish Contemporary theatre, Jerzy Grotowski, Tadeusz Kantor, Krystian Lupa, Krzysztof Warlikowski, affects, emotions, diverse, abroad, international, Divine Comedypl
dc.titlePolish Contemporary Theatre: An Interpretation Through a Global Lenspl
dc.title.alternativePolish Contemporary Theatre: An Interpretation Through a Global Lens Title in language [PL]pl
dc.typemasterpl
dspace.entity.typePublication
dc.abstract.enpl
Theatre is one of Poland’s strongest artistic fortes and has gained a high level of recognition abroad. Its theatre companies perform on the highest level of stages and theatre festivals across the globe. This thesis aims to provide an interpretation and analysis of Polish contemporary theatre through a global lens and focuses on various affects displayed by contemporary plays shown abroad. It begins with a brief history of the so-called “founding fathers,” of international acclaim, Jerzy Grotowski and Tadeusz Kantor. It then goes on to analyze Kalkwerk, as staged by Krystian Lupa, the so called “Grand Master,” or “the Father,” of contemporary Polish theatre and the various affects displayed by the actors performing on stage, as well as a focus on the international recognition the play received. The following chapter goes on to analyze Krum, as staged by Krzysztof Warlikowski, the second most recognized Polish contemporary theatre director. It observes the different universal emotions at stake in the play and provides the diverse responses the play received abroad. The thesis also provides a brief analysis of the renowned annual Divine Comedy festival, which features Poland’s greatest theatre talents, and turns the city of Krakow into an international hub of culture. The thesis is an analysis aimed to focus on the common, universal aspects found in the chosen performances on the level of emotional connections and interactions. The submitted work answers the question of why Polish theater is so successful across the globe.
dc.abstract.plpl
Theatre is one of Poland’s strongest artistic fortes and has gained a high level of recognition abroad. Its theatre companies perform on the highest level of stages and theatre festivals across the globe. This thesis aims to provide an interpretation and analysis of Polish contemporary theatre through a global lens and focuses on various affects displayed by contemporary plays shown abroad. It begins with a brief history of the so-called “founding fathers,” of international acclaim, Jerzy Grotowski and Tadeusz Kantor. It then goes on to analyze Kalkwerk, as staged by Krystian Lupa, the so called “Grand Master,” or “the Father,” of contemporary Polish theatre and the various affects displayed by the actors performing on stage, as well as a focus on the international recognition the play received. The following chapter goes on to analyze Krum, as staged by Krzysztof Warlikowski, the second most recognized Polish contemporary theatre director. It observes the different universal emotions at stake in the play and provides the diverse responses the play received abroad. The thesis also provides a brief analysis of the renowned annual Divine Comedy festival, which features Poland’s greatest theatre talents, and turns the city of Krakow into an international hub of culture. The thesis is an analysis aimed to focus on the common, universal aspects found in the chosen performances on the level of emotional connections and interactions. The submitted work answers the question of why Polish theater is so successful across the globe.
dc.affiliationpl
Wydział Studiów Międzynarodowych i Politycznych
dc.areapl
obszar nauk humanistycznych
dc.areapl
obszar nauk społecznych
dc.contributor.advisorpl
Robson, Garry - 199785
dc.contributor.authorpl
Semczyk, Monica
dc.contributor.departmentbycodepl
UJK/WSMP
dc.contributor.reviewerpl
Robson, Garry - 199785
dc.contributor.reviewerpl
Vaughan, Patrick - 132497
dc.date.accessioned
2020-07-26T18:55:04Z
dc.date.available
2020-07-26T18:55:04Z
dc.date.submittedpl
2015-10-09
dc.fieldofstudypl
studia transatlantyckie
dc.identifier.apdpl
diploma-101822-125553
dc.identifier.projectpl
APD / O
dc.identifier.uri
https://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/208793
dc.languagepl
eng
dc.subject.enpl
Polish Contemporary theatre, Jerzy Grotowski, Tadeusz Kantor, Krystian Lupa, Krzysztof Warlikowski, affects, emotions, diverse, abroad, international, Divine Comedy
dc.subject.plpl
Polish Contemporary theatre, Jerzy Grotowski, Tadeusz Kantor, Krystian Lupa, Krzysztof Warlikowski, affects, emotions, diverse, abroad, international, Divine Comedy
dc.titlepl
Polish Contemporary Theatre: An Interpretation Through a Global Lens
dc.title.alternativepl
Polish Contemporary Theatre: An Interpretation Through a Global Lens Title in language [PL]
dc.typepl
master
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Publication
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