All songs are about love and they’re all like wolves. Backed by live music from Polish cult band Natural Born Chillers, this interpretation of late French playwright Bernard-Marie Koltès’ In the Solitude of Cotton Fields imagines a raw encounter between a Dealer and a Client with the swagger of an Eastern European punk-rock concert. Last seen at UTR 10 with Versus, Rychcik is emerging as one of the young directors to watch on the international theater scene for his use of an intense acting technique and simple yet specific stage design. Photo Credit:  Maciej Żurawiecki

All songs are about love and they’re all like wolves. Backed by live music from Polish cult band Natural Born Chillers, this interpretation of late French playwright Bernard-Marie Koltès’ In the Solitude of Cotton Fields imagines a raw encounter between a Dealer and a Client with the swagger of an Eastern European punk-rock concert. Last seen at UTR 10 with Versus, Rychcik is emerging as one of the young directors to watch on the international theater scene for his use of an intense acting technique and simple yet specific stage design.


Photo Credit:  Maciej Żurawiecki


In the Solitude of Cotton Fields

Stefan Zeromski Theatre
Directed by Radosław Rychcik

Poland

UTR 2012 - LaMaMa ETC