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Berlin Alexanderplatz

adaptation of Alfred Döblin's novel

dir. Natalia Korczakowska

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Berlin Alexanderplatz

Adaptation of one of the most important German novels of the 20th century, often put alongside with James Joyce’s Ulysses. Alfred Döblin created a multidimensional portrayal of the pre-war Berlin depicted from different perspectives, including press extracts, judicial reports, Greek mythology, popular songs, city posters, sound effects and quotes from different works. This is the chaos of a big city of the 20th century where the contemporary nationalism and fascism evolved. This image alarmingly resembles today’s world which rationalizes the extreme right-wing thinking. For us, Berlin is, above all, the state of mind, the space of freedom and avant-garde, endangered by the moralists (those so-called ‘decent’ people) and the fanatics of power. In such Berlin the story of Franz Biberkopf takes place. Biberkopf is a workman, a pimp, a murderer who undergoes an inner transformation through rejection and afterwards integration of the evil found in himself. Reinhold, Biberkopf’s object of fascination, his Shadow, becomes the incarnation of that evil.

Twórcy

AUTHOR

Alfreda Döblina

SCENARIO AND DIRECTION

Natalia Korczakowska

SCENOGRAPHY

Anna Met

LIGHTS

Bartosz Nalazek

COSTUMES

Marek Adamski

DRAMATURGY

Wojtek Zrałek-Kossakowski

CHOREOGRAPHIC CONSULTATION

Tomasz Wygoda

CAMERA OPERATOR

Anu Czerwiński/Miłosz Więckowski/Marek Zajączkowski

MUSIC

Marcin Lenarczyk, Bartłomiej Tyciński

STAGE MANAGER

Zuzanna Prusińska

PRODUCTION MANAGER

Justyna Pankiewicz

DIRECTOR ASSIST

Radosław Mirski

SCENOGRAPH ASSISTANT

Małgorzata Dzik

COSTUME ASSISTANT

Justyna Białowąs

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Agata Odolczyk

Cast

Bożena Adamska

Ewa Błaszczyk

Elżbieta Bobrowicz

Maria Borysewicz

Marcin Bosak

Stanisław Brudny

Leszek Niedźwiecki

Tomasz Nosinski

Marcin Pempuś

Bartosz Porczyk

Halina Rasiakówna

Sonia Roszczuk

Eugeniusz Ruszczyk

Władysław Stankiewicz

Andrzej Szeremeta

Rob Wasiewicz

Ewelina Żak

Reviews

Mike Urbaniak

…) Exactly what I came to see: a well-made adaptation of this monumental tome, fast-paced dramatic plot built of brilliant scenes, and the best acting the capital city of Warsaw has to offer today.(…) I can’t remember the last time I left a theatre so amazed.

Agnieszka Górnicka

(…) The performance is built, above all, on strong acting personalities, with each individual giving a show to the best of their ability.

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