Polish Premiere: 30 March 2019
Author: Martyna Majok
Title: Ironbound. Za torami, za mostem
Original Title: Ironbound
Translator: Szymon Wróblewski
Director: Grzegorz Chrapkiewicz

Auditorium: Studio Theatre
Running time: 1 hour 30 min, no interval

 

Ironbound

A play by Polish–born American playwright Martyna Majok, winner of the prestigious Pulitzer Prize for drama (2018).

Twenty years of life of Daria, immigrant cleaner from Poland, seen from the perspective of the suburbs of New Jersey's industrial urban areas. A woman striving with all her might for place in American community – fighting for love, stability and self-preservation.

director: Grzegorz Chrapkiewicz 
set and costume design: Anna Skupień, Katarzyna Szczurowska
music: Piotr Łabonarski
lighting design: Piotr Pawlik

Cast:

Darja Ewa Konstancja Bułhak
Tommy Karol Pocheć
Maks Marcin Przybylski
Vic Henryk Simon
*** Paweł Paprocki

Production team:

  • director's assistant: Henryk Simon
  • lighting technicians: Łukasz Obuch-Woszczatyński, Kacper Bobylak, Bartłomiej Frysztak
  • sound technicians: Piotr Gos, Marek Wojtulanis
  • stage manager: Adam Borkowski
    prompter: Anna Leszczyńska


*
Ironbound was comissioned by a grant from the National New Play Network, with funding from the Smith Prize for New Plays. The play was the winner of the 2014 David Calicchio Emerging American Playwright Prize at Marin Theatre Company, Mill Valley, CA (Jasson Minadakis, Artistic Director; Michael Barker, Managing Director).
Ironbound was developed by Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Martha Lavey, Artisitic Director; David Hawkanson, Executive Director), through its New Play Initiative and was presented as part of its First Look Repertory of New Work at Steppenwolf Theatre Company, Chicago, IL.
Ironbound's  world premiere was originally produced at Round House Theatre Company, Bethesda, MD (Ryan Rilette, Producing Artistic Diyrector).
The New York premiere of Ironbound was produced in March 2016 by Rattlestick Playwrights Theater and Women’s Project Theater.


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