The play presented this fall by National Theater, featuring the music of Piotr Salaber performed by Danubia Orchestra, won the grand prize of the International Gombrowicz Festival in Radom. This play directed by Andrzej Bubień achieved huge success at the festival organized for the eleventh time.
The International Gombrowicz Festival in Radom has been organized every second year since 1993, commemorating the world-known Polish writer. The festival this year featured 14 performances, including companies from France and Argentina, and a multinational performance featuring Spanish, Chinese, Serbian, Argentinian and French authors will be put on stage.
The performance titled Operetta of the National Theater will be staged on October 25, the final day of the festival. The play directed by Andrzej Bubien debuted on September 5 in the National Theater, featuring Dávid Szatory, Ildikó Bánsági, Zsolt Trill, Dénes Farkas, József Incze, Lajos Ottó Horváth, Gábor Reviczky and Tibor Fehér.
The 5-member jury awarded the Grand Prix of the festival to performance of the National Theater. The prize was received by the director of the play Andrzej Bubien.
It will be staged next at the National Theater on November 11 and 29.