Studio Theatre

The stage (size: 9.5 m by 9 m; height 7,5 m) is a recording studio adapted for staging performances with backstage serving previously as a studio store-room. It is located on the third floor. The stage and the auditorium are on the same level of the uniform space. The auditorium is arranged in tiers forming seven rows with the total of 84 seats. the first row is on the floor level and the last one 2 meters above. This arrangement is fixed. There are 10 heavy-weight lifts, each of which can carry 150 kg and move up to 7,4 m at 0.1 m/second.

The sound system consists of: 4 loudspeakers (left-side, right-side, top mono, rear mono) with 2 optional audio monitoring devices; a mixing console (SOUND CRAFT SPIRIT LX7, 16 mono imputs, 4 groups, mono channel, stereo channel); 2 Mini Disc devices (MDS-JE500); a CD player (Maratz);  10 wireless microphones (AKG SR300, hand-held or headset) and a digital signal processor (DigiTech STUDIO Quad V2).

The lighting equipment of 21 spotlights may be extended if necessary.

  • Solidarity with Ukraine

    The ensemble of the National Theatre stands in solidarity with the Ukrainians who are fighting for the independence of their homeland.

  • MARY STUART | premiere 21 May

    Grzegorz Wiśniewski returns to the classic drama about human passions interwoven in a ruthless machinery of history and intrigue. 

  • MÜNCHHAUSEN FOR ADULTS

    Maciej Wojtyszko directs his own play about Baron von Münchhausen, a famous adventurer and swindler.

  • TWELFTH NIGHT, OR WHAT YOU WILL

    Complicated love intrigues and music. Piotr Cieplak directs Twelfth Night, or What You Will, one of Shakespeare's most important comedies.

  • THE CASTLE

    A stage adaptation of the unfinished novel by one of the most important writers of the 20th century, Franz Kafka, directed by Paweł Miśkiewicz.

  • SNAKE SKIN

    Artur Urbański directs his own play which main character is Ruth Berlau, one of Bertolt Brecht's closest associates and life companions.

  • PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK

    The new theatrical version of the Australian prose classics directed by Lena Frankiewicz. In the role of Mrs Appleyard – Ewa Wiśniewska.




  • SNOW

    Staging of the Young Poland movement modernist drama by Stanisław Przybyszewski – Snow directed by Anna Gryszkówna.

  • THREE SISTERS

    One of the most important play in the world drama canon: Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov directed by Jan Englert.

  • AUTUMN SONATA

    A theatrical version of the famous film by Ingmar Bergman directed by Grzegorz Wiśniewski. Danuta Stenka as Charlotte.

  • MOTHER JOAN OF ANGELS

    How does evil arise that we do not understand? Mother Joan of Angles by Iwaszkiewicz directed by Wojciech Faruga. 

  • THE HISTORY OF THE NATIONAL THEATRE

    The premiere of The History of the National Theatre, a series of books commemorating the National Stage’s 250th anniversary.


  • The National Theatre at Google Cultural Institute

    Virtual exhibition 250 Years of  Teatr Narodowy (National Theatre of Poland) is available online at Google Cultural Institute!

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