Playwriting for young audiences in Poland (Part One)

Below are links to three terrific articles about playwriting for young audiences in Poland.  Three more coming shortly. 

Many thanks to Zbigniew Rudzinski for working with WLPG to find these articles, obtain permission to reproduce them, and having them translated.

Investigating  the World
Katarzyna Grajewska talks with Tadeusz  Pajdała and Zbigniew Rudziński about contemporary playwriting in Poland, seen through the lens of the very important new play competition sponsored by the Children's Art Center in Poznań. Read the full interview.

Magnifying Glass and Ear, by Liliana Bardijewska.  One of Poland's best-known playwrights for young audiences reflects on adaptation, puppet theatre, wordless plays, and the state of playwriting in her country.  Read the full article.

Young, Polish, Naive by Malina Przesluga.  A writer often referred to in the media as a 'young Polish playwright reflects on the field and her approach to writing.  Read the full article.

 

 

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