April 6, 2015 has marked 100 years since the birth of Tadeusz Kantor – painter, set designer, art theorist and above all – a man of the theater. In December Cricoteka presents a special, two days jubilee program – a culmination of the celebration of centenary of Tadeusz Kantor’s birth.
7.12.2015, 6 p.m. / prof. Michał Kobiałka, Requiem for Kantor (lecture) – free admission
7.12.2015, 8 p.m. / Stanisław Michno, Actor after Tadeusz Kantor (performance)
8.12.2015, 1 p.m., 5 Kanonicza St. / Living Statues: Jan Ksiazek as Eternal Wanderer and Lesław and Wacław Janicki as Two Hasidim with the Last Anchorage
8.12.2015, 4 p.m. / Performative reading of Tadeusz Kantor’s texts (led by Jan Güntner) – free admission
8.12.2015, 5 p.m. / Screening of the Water Hen by Tadeusz Kantor (Cricot 2 Theatre, Poorhouse, Edinburgh, 1972) and meeting with Richard Demarco, Arthur Watson and Cricot 2 Theatre’s Actors – free admission
8.12.2015, 8 p.m. / Zofia Kalinska, Little Requiem for Kantor (performance)