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Ghost Dance

The Ghost Dance was a ritual which was a response to the great crisis of Indian civilization in North America in the late nineteenth century, after Western civilization took over the life of Indians. The dance was done in the hopes of ushering in a great change, which was to be the end of the present world and beginning of a better one. In a time of hopelessness they danced believing it would change their fate. The dance was effectively prohibited and is associated with the shameful extermination of the population and the extinction of one of the cradles of civilization. It was one of many cries of despair to the spreading wave of the cruelty of capitalism. The performance is a symbolic evocation of this ritual in the defense of dying values. It is our act of hope at a time when the next turn of the wheel of history seems to be unstoppable. Each generation is required to sacrifice and carry the banners of their values, which beat in the revolutionary hearts of naive idealists. For many years, the revolution in the mind of the opposition has been the guardian and manifesto in defense of minorities. We are a part of the minority who must raise their voices in defense of themselves. "Ghost Dance" is an action combining music and theater. The show is an original piece by the Brama ensemble, inspired by the work of Allen Ginsberg, Patti Smith, folk art of dying civilizations and anti-capitalist manifestos.


Cast:Evanthi Athanasiadi, Jenny Crissey, Joanna Kalinowska, Edyta Rogowska, Aleksandra Ślusarczyk, Patryk Bednarski, Maciej Ratajczyk, Wojciech Rosiński, Oliwier Szałagan
Director: Daniel Jacewicz
Premiere: March 2017
Original cast: Jenny Crissey, Kimberling Longueira, Anastasiia Miedviedieva, Lesja Szulc, Aleksandra Ślusarczyk, Patryk Bednarski, Oleh Nesterov, Wojciech Rosiński, Jakub Szambelan, Piotr Śnieguła
Guest performers: Adela Bertolo, Claudia Roick, Olivier Jost
Zdjęcia: Z. Orłowski

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Positivo

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Cast: Jennifer Crissey, Bettina Harz, Aleksandra Ślusarczyk, Patryk Bednarski, Maciej Ratajczyk, Wojciech Rosiński, Oliwier Szałagan
Director: Daniel Jacewicz
Music: Jacek Gałkiewicz
Premiere: March 2019
Original cast: Jenny Crissey, Aleksandra Ślusarczyk, Patryk Bednarski, Oleh Nesterow, Wojciech Rosiński, Oliwier Szałagan, Lucio Pileggi
Photos: A. Gonzalez


The Party

"The Party'' of Sławomir Mrożek is the story of three "farm hands" in search of entertainment, who force themselves into a "village club", only to discover that there is no party and nobody's there... Things that are difficultly discovered by the 3 bird brains are instantly clear for the audience – and there in comes the comic effect. As the farm hands cannot defeat their irrational need for amusement, they mow logical inconsistencies. Wearisome diagnosis focuses finally in frustration and explodes with animalistic aggression. Will a party be possible? The farm hands try to invent one. But it ends the moment, when all possibilities inherent to the funny situation are spent.


Cast: Paweł Danielewicz, Maciej Ratajczyk, Marek Kościółek
Director: Daniel Jacewicz
Premiere: April 2000
Original cast: Paweł Danilewicz, Marek Kościółek, Michał Wąż
Photos: M. Bielenis


Emotion in sound

"Emotion in sound" is an artistic action between theatre and music. Every picture, each word, history, movement, melody and sound are connected, creating a special atmosphere. The performance is about love, joy, but also about loneliness and (first and foremost) about sensibility. It's full of energy, while being gentle and sensual. Several of the most beautiful songs created by humanity, made by restless souls, were used in the performance. It's a collection of songs from Armenia, Georgia, Ukraine, Scandinavia, the Balkans, Corsica and Spain. Each of them carries a story of a certain truth about man, told by voice and instruments (clarinet, guitar, bass guitar, accordion, cajon). It's a performance, in which the protagonist is the music, the most universal means of communication. The way in which it tells about making peace with nature and the world makes it a true feast for the soul.


Director: Daniel Jacewicz
Premiere: March 2010
Original cast: enny Crissey, Aleksandra Gronowska, Daniel Jacewicz, Aleksandra Nykowska, Piotr Nykowski, Maciej Ratajczyk, Anna Rynkiewicz, Svetlana Sarkisjan, Marcin Styborski, Aleksandra Szalińska, Lena Witkowska, Dorota Ziemińska
Gościnnie: Tatia Mazmanianiani, Bacho Sujahvili, Sabrina Danielle Baranda, Davit Baroyan, Patryk Bednarski, James Crissey, Christopher Ellis, Laura Foremska, Dawn Marie Galtieri, Stathis Gavras, Frauke Gleiman, Jill Heyser, Paweł Jaguś, Justyna Jary, Katja Klemt, Teresa Kuruvilla, Filip Laszuk, Jakub Margosiak, Bartek Mikula, Dominik Murach, Alejandro Parages Martinez, Holly Prindle, Sammy Zahara, Ewa Ziegenbein
Photos: A. Podobińska

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The Wall

The Wall is a musical performance that was held for the first time as part of the opening of the Human Mosaic Festival - it was the largest community event ever organized by Teatr Brama. The Wall was a staging of the legendary rock opera by Pink Floyd. The performance involved 400 people, mostly from Goleniów, but also 100 artists from around the world, a symphony orchestra, a vocal choir, local rock musicians and the patients of the MONAR rehab center in Babigoszcz. The event gathered around two thousand viewers at Primary School No. 1 in Goleniów and was the largest outdoor show ever organized in Goleniów. The editorial office of the newspaper The Goleniow Gazette gave it the title of "The Event of the Year 2018".


Cast: Paweł Danielewicz, Maciej Ratajczyk, Marek Kościółek
Director: Daniel Jacewicz
Premiere: April 2000
Cast premiere: Paweł Danilewicz, Marek Kościółek, Michał Wąż
Photos: M. Bielenis

The Wall


Collaboration

Above is a list of performances, with which we can come to your town. If you are interested in organizing a performance of Teatr Brama, call or write to Jenny. (jenny@teatrbrama.org, +48 533 311 214). This could be the beginning of a great adventure or a long-term collaboration!