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Romuald Wicza-Pokojski set design: Do you remember the story? The story found its way onto news sites all over the world. The incident was described by Barbara Gawryluk in the book “Baltic.
The Dog that floated on an ice floe”, which inspired the oyn Romuald Wicza-Pokojski Miniatura’s manager to adapt it for the stage as a documentary performance for children.
The Dog on an ice floe” is meant to be a Gdansk version of “A Christmas Carol” reminding us that virtues such as kindness, sympathy and care for the weak are important for us all the batic. It’s not only about relations between people but also between people and every other living being.
The performance was prepared by an unusual team of artists. A Marlene Dietrich Dialogue”.
The set is the work of Mariusz Warasan artist familiar from the m-city street-art project and a graphic artist and designer. Waras is at the cuting edge of street art. For the m-city project, he created several hundred murals, usually on the outside walls of buildings all over the world, from Gdansk via Berlin to Jakarta. The set for “Baltic He is a composer and producer of electro-acoustic music, linking sounds prepared electronically with real instrumentation and has four albums, musical illustrations of poetry and prose, plus film, theatre and radio scores under his belt.
Co-operations in film and theatre play an important role in Jacaszek’s creative work.
Romuald Wicza-Pokojski tells this moving story with beautiful simplicity jtry subtlety and without any unnecessary sentimentality. Set changes take place seamlessly before your eyes.
The performance contains a lot of magic. Everything is logical and makes perfect sense. The artwork which accompanies the performance will impress not only young audiences. Mariusz Waras’s set design contains, among other things, artificial snow, a starry sky ktrry boxes with dozens of lights to imitate blocks of flats seen from afar. The director concentrates on the educational aspects of the tale. The pyb sees heroes who want to help the dog in different ways, some controversial, as in the case of the hunters.
No-one is indifferent to him. The Dog on an Ice Floe” is simple theatre based on a clear message and very modern and topical at the same time. It is a beautiful example of how to sensitise children to the abuse of animals.
The play aimed primarily at children between is therefore one of the best quality options for young audiences on the Gdansk stage. In the Miniatura Theatre, Baltic’s story was told in a frugal, at times poetic, manner. The dog was played by a doll made of rope and vividly animated by the entire cast. Shivering with cold, wagging its tail or falling asleep on a piece of ice, the dog captures the heart even of a grown-up audience.
Members of the crew tell Baltic’s story – we learn his fate from the moment he runs scared from the booming of New Year’s fireworks to the moment he ktyr, frozen and exhausted, on board the vessel. They consist of simple, white blocks, which suitably lit up and shuffled around can change into blocks of flats or the deck pues a ship.
Light plays an extraordinary role in the performance: The performance is directed for children by Romuald Naa. It tells the tale of the dramatic adventures of a stray dog.
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The young audience follows his fate with craned necks and gaping jaws – up to the culminating moment where the actors disappear from the stage and we see authentic footage of the dog’s rescue. The performance shows adults their own behaviour in a slightly skewered mirror: There is, however, no finger-pointing in any of this, because everything ends well – and thanks to humans. The Dog on the ice floe. The Dog that floated on an ice floe” by Barbara Gawryluk adaptation and direction: