A very sensible review by Justyna Stanisławska on Every Minute Motherland appeared on 20.09 on the country-wide portal taniecpolska.pl . a multidimensional story about what the war does to the human body and human interior, but also how it affects space and time. […] the viewer takes a journey into the deepest recesses of his… Read more »
Maciej Kuźmiński dedicates his new performance to the refugee movement. The minimalistic yet powerful dance piece under the title Every Minute Motherland was influenced by the war in Ukraine and developed by the Polish-Ukrainian team, including refugees, who shared their professional and first-hand war experience. The premiere will take place in Gdansk on August, 25… Read more »
We are thrilled to announce the return of Maciej’s work made for the Polish Dance Theatre – Fabula Rasa. See the work in the new, state of the art headquarter of PDT in Poznań on 1st and 2nd of April. More info in our calendar.
Great news from Kraków! The duo event horizon performed by Monika Witkowska and Omar Karabulut received the 1st individual prize awarded by Iwona Olszowska in the choreographic competition 3… 2… 1… DANCE! Thank you to the Krakow Choreographic Center for inviting us to participate in this event. Congratulations to all other winners!
A great review of the first foreign performance of Plateau. Thomas Linden in Koelnische Rundschau writes With epic breadth, but also with many great images, with a cleverly ironic text and a well-rehearsed ensemble that moves like an oiled machine, the spectator is offered a concentrated dose of dance theatre performance.
This spectacle is not to be watched. This spectacle is to be discovered. November 20th at 20.00 in the Great Hall of the Zamek Culture Center in Poznań, we will see the latest work for the Polish Dance Theater – Fabula rasa choreographed by Maciej Kuźmiński. It will be a disturbing, hypnotic journey into the… Read more »
Monika Witkowska from Poland danced to present the terrible political situation in her country, especially the attempt to tighten the abortion law, for which she received public applause. Susanne Wolke in Donau Post
The solo piece “I fought Piranhas” by the Polish choreographer and company director Maciej Kuźmiński was read like a feminist statement, danced viciously and with defiant anger by Monika Witkowska. Read whole review in German by Michael Scheiner from Mittelbayerishe Zeitung.
Selected out of over 300 entries from all over the world the solo show I Fought Piranhas pictures a woman tackling sexist social stereotypes.
Witkowska performs dynamic choreography with technical precision, energy and commitment. The heroine’s internal opposition to the situation is palpable, and the will to fight has authenticity, which makes the whole convincing. Read the in-depth whole review in Polish by Weronika Łucyk