A story about the need for love and acceptance, about an inherited emotional coldness, about the psychological costs of creativity.
A theatrical version of a film script by Ingmar Bergman, a legendary director, one of the most important filmmakers of the 20th century cinema.
After years of absence, Charlotte, a world-famous pianist, accepts her daughter Eva's invitation and visits her modest home in Norway. What will result from the collision of their two separate worlds?
"In fact, I was completely unaware of everything about love – tenderness, touching, closeness, warmth. It was only through music that I could express my feelings".
director: Grzegorz Wiśniewski
costume, set and lighting design: Mirek Kaczmarek
music: Agnieszka Stulgińska
Recorded music performed by the ensemble: Roksana Kwaśnikowska − 1st violin, Barbara Lech − 2nd violin, Maria Stanienda − viola, Magdalena Bojanowicz-Kozak − cello, Krzysztof Stanienda − piano
- video projection: Mariusz Chałubek, Paweł Woźniak
- lighting technicians: Kacper Bobylak, Bartłomiej Frysztak
sound technicians: Piotr Gos, Marek Wojtulanis
- stage manager/prompter:
- Katarzyna Kłosowska-Kobiałka
Licence for this stage production was granted by the Society of Authors – ZAiKS.
Presentation based on agreement with Josef Weinberger Limited, London with consent of The Ingmar Bergman Foundation