Opening Night: 2 February 2019
Author: Kazimierz Brandys
Title: How to Be Loved
Original Title: Jak być kochaną
Director: Lena Markiewicz

Auditorium: Wierzbowa Street Hall

Running time: 1 hour 45 min, no interval

Ticket prices:

full-price ticket:
140 PLN 

concession ticket:
95 PLN 

rush ticket:
45 PLN  more info → 

students of state theatre and art schools: 
15 PLN more info →

How to Be Loved

This is the performance about love and moral responsibility for another person as well as the mechanisms controlling human memory. The dramatisation of the story by Kazimierz Brandys.

During the flight to Paris a popular actress reminisces about a hard times in the past. She makes an effort to summarise the decisions taken in wartime. She still suffers the consequences. Though, is it worth to go back to the past?



director: Lena Frankiewicz 
stage adaptation and dramaturgy: Małgorzata Anna Maciejewska 
set and lighting design: Agata Skwarczyńska 
music: Kamil Pater 
choreography: Marta Ziółek
video projections: Szymon Rogiński
fight choreography: Przemysław Wyszyński

Cast

Production team:

  • director's assistant: Maciej Jaszczyński
  • video projections: Mariusz Chałubek, Paweł Woźniak
  • lighting technicians: Łukasz Obuch-Woszczatyński, Tomasz Księżak
  • sound technicians: Marcin Kotwa, Maciej Rybicki
  • stage manager: Krzysztof Kuszczyk





The performance is a stage adaptation of the story entitled How to Be Loved by Kazimierz Brandys.
The exclusive copyrights owner is the Foundation for the Preservation of Jewish Heritage in Poland.



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