a very intellectual although by no means pretentious, but rather amusingly ironic. Stefan Rimek reviews Ampelmenshen, along with the whole Tanz.Fabrik!Sieben in Donau Post Read the whole review here
Save the Date to see the latest work by Maciej Kuźmiński for Regensburg Theatre in Germany, – Ampelmenschen. The premiere is on 7th July @ 19:30 as part of the Tanz.Fabrik!Sieben evening in Velodrome Theatre, Regensburg. More performances follow on 12th and 14th July.
Monika Żmijewska reviews Plateau in one of the best known Polish newspapers – Gazeta Wyborcza. It perfectly accommodated Polish phobias, ills, myths, touched taboos, reaching for unobvious means of expression.
if we want to touch on the real thing, we should be ready for this difficult confrontation
A fusion of dance and theatre, an old buffalo in new ballet shoes, a wild boar with wings! It is the combined work of Maciej Kuźmiński and Paul Bargetto, an emigrant director from USA – a high wire balancing act of collaboration, with death defying leaps, will soon land in Rozbark Theatre Tickets on sale… Read more »
The winter tour of the TWOOLS evening of Scapino Ballet Rotterdam theater begins, and with it goes It’s Gonna Rain – Kuźmiński latest work. 20 performances will be hosted in 13 Dutch cities. Come see us.
The award-winning solo performance for Monika Witkowska will be one of the program’s points at the Charity Gala in German Regensburg.
Solo I fought Piranhas will be presented at the Studio Theater in Warsaw as part of the 30th Scene Dance Studio platform. Come see us @ the Studio Theater on 30 October. More information about the event under this link (in Polish)
The autumn tour of Maciej Kuźmiński’s performances begins within days. Performances of After Before, Archipelago and I fought Piranhas will be hosted in 13 cities in Poland.
On the border visual and performance art, about finding anew the lost humanity and a transhuman-like desire to cross boundaries of mortality. i – the new work by Maciej Kuźmiński needs your support to be finished.