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director Marek Fiedor

"An outstanding show which you have to watch not once, but many times, each time to get deeper to its meaning".

Małgorzata Matuszewska

The main character of Silesia, Silentia, "a coat, black, gabardine, male, bearing the consciousness of its Creator, a Jewish tailor from Breslau, takes us for a long trip through the 20th century. It is, therefore, not a bearer of happiness like Andersen's Galoshes of Happiness [...], but rather a witness to the era of furnaces and the migration of peoples, the protagonist of mismatches and unsuccessful dress-ups. It is equipped by the Tailor with a supernatural resistance [...] changes owners, or actually hosts various beings, either those who have bodies, or those, without one, but tangible, like the ghost of the slaughtered town. Never before has Amejko presented her metaphysics of non-existence so transparently" [excerpt from text by Jan Gondowicz in "Dialog", issue no. 1/2016].

"Lidia Amejko is a gentle, yet perverse sceptic. She doesn't trust the apparent harmony and stability of the world which we all witness and we got used to. She claims that, as a result of the negligence from the Beginning, the names given to things do not stick to them very well, they can become independent, mix up, intertwine, resulting in the world which is an old patchwork of poorly stiched, flimsy years. One full of holes and uncontinuous - but one that's rich and colourful, littered like a trash bin and flickering like the rainbow. The author is worried by the escalating enthropy - but also encouraged by the opportunity to repeat the act of creation. Because, if the word, which was God's, went out of control, what is easier than to get down to fixing the broken fabric?" [Jacek Sieradzkim "Polityka", issue no. 33/1999].


Silesia, Silentia was has received the 3rd place in the Polish playwriting competition wtw://strefy_kontaktu 2016 organised by Wrocław Contemporary Theatre and The City of Wrocław.



100 minutes
no intermission
Scena na Strychu
23 January 2016

production crew:


scenography: Marek Fiedor

costumes: Bajka Mourier

music: Tomasz Hynek

stage manager, assistant director: Elżbieta Kozak




Coat - Maciej Kowalczyk

Tailor - Przemysław Kozłowski

Dusza –  Aleksandra Dytko | Anna Kieca

Dia-Mat – Maciej Tomaszewski

Friend 1 | Sailor 5 | Woman - Zina Kerste

Friend 2 | Sailor 4 | Irène Joliot-Curie - Renata Kościelniak

Irma | Sailor 7 | Maria Dąbrowska - Elżbieta Golińska

Tailor's Wife | Sailor 1 | Zofia Nałkowska | Waitress - Irena Rybicka

Lonia | Fadiejew | Sailor 3 - Michał Szwed

Bishop | Sailor 2 | Pablo Picasso - Jerzy Senator

Sailor 6 | German Soldier | Paul Éluard - Marek Kocot [guest appearance]

with Katarzyna Jankowska and Elżbieta Kozak

Live music - Grzegorz Zioła [bass guitar]





photos by Bartek Warzecha and Tomasz Żurek


Photo session

photos by Łukasz Gawroński

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