Krzysztof Minkowski / Maxim Gorki Theater: Moja Prywatna Apokalipsa (My Private Apocalypse)
The year is 2030: the national-conservative parties have taken over Europe. All people within the fortress are under total observation by the State. Any form of resistance is met with long prison sentences or the death penalty. Opposition has quietly gone underground. In the catacombs of Warsaw’s cultural palace, we partake in a conspiratorial concert meant to unite the Polish resistance movement. The creation of a new nucleus of opposition prepared to spread across Europe. After the political hype surrounding Krzysztof Minkowski’s production “O dwóch takich co ukradli księżyc” (The Two Who Stole the Moon), Warsaw’s one-of-a-kind actress Marta Malikowska returns to the stage with punk. Her dystopian performance-concert confronts us with question of when democratic tools are no longer sufficient to stem the tide of inhuman politics.
Duration: 65 min.
Language: In Polish with German and English surtitles
With: Marta Malikowska und Micha Kaplan, Nethaniel Ratsaby, Uri Rennert
Direction: Krzysztof Minkowski
Stage and costumes: Konrad Schaller
Composition: Micha Kaplan
Light: Daniel Krawietz
Dramaturgy: Wojtek Zralek-Kossakowski, Tobias Herzberg
Assistant director: Marta Witak
Equipment assistance: Julia Casabona
Costume assistance: Ottavia Tröster
Direction internship: Greta Stauch
Surtitles (translation): Naomi Boyce, Krzysztof Minkowski
Surtitles (operation): Agnieszka Fietz (Panthea)
Sound: Moritz Colitti
Video: Karl Wedemeyer
Bass: Micha Kaplan
Guitar: Nethaniel Ratsaby
Drums: Uri Rennert
A production of Studio R / Maxim Gorki Theater. The guest performance “Moja Prywatna Apokalipsa (My Private Apocalypse)” takes place in cooperation with the Studio Я at Maxim Gorki Theater. The festival „Unfuck my future. How to live together in Europe” is funded within the framework of the Alliance of International Production Houses by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media of Germany as well as the Federal Agency for Civic Education.
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