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Polish Theater

Polish Theater

The oldest theater in Poznań, operating continually in its original building, established in 1875. The theater was an essential part of the task of keeping the spirit of Polishness alive, being the only steady stage where performances were shown in Polish. Teatr Polski (the Polish Theater) offers first performances of Polish and foreign plays, as well as modern takes on national and worlds literary classics. It presents small-cast performances of contemporary modern drama. Currently Teatr Polski houses three stages - Duża Scena (the Big Stage), Malarnia and Galeria. The two smaller ones ensure close contact with the performers, whose emotions can be seen in large closeup.
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