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ANNA WESOŁOWSKA




EDUCATION:

The Ludwik Solski National Academy of Theatre Arts in Kraków

 

MOST IMPORTANT ROLES:

Aniela in "Maidens’ Vows” by A. Fredro
(dir. B. Michalik, The Wojciech Bogusławski Theatre in Kalisz)

Bride in "The Wedding" by St. Wyspiański
(dir. R. Próchnicka, The Wojciech Bogusławski Theatre in Kalisz)

Onka in "Hunchback" by S. Mrożek
(dir. B. Tosza, Teatr Śląski)

Iwona in "Iwona, Princess of Burgundia" by W. Gombrowicz
(dir. J. Czarnecki, Teatr Śląski)

Yelena Andreyevna in "Uncle Vanya"  by A. Chekhov
(dir. J. Zegalski, Teatr Śląski)




SILESIA IS FOR ME…

Place where I was born, and where my family lives. I still belive that this region has a great potential Outside my window is an outstanding view of Katowice. Here the most beautiful sunset is.
 
 

 

ABOUT MYSELF

In Teatr Śląski company since 1983. Earlier for two seasons she played in The Wojciech Bogusławski Theatre in Kalisz, where she also played part of Aniela in "Maidens’ Vows” by A. Fredro, of Bride in "The Wedding" by St. Wyspiański (actor award) and of Magdalena in "Maria i Magdalena". Silesian audience could admire her also as Onka in in "Hunchback" by S. Mrożek, Iwona in "Iwona, Princess of Burgundia" by W. Gombrowicz, Yelena Andreyevna in "Uncle Vanya"  by A. Chekhov and Josie in "The Moon for the Misbegotten". For years she propagates r-d-v with poetry reading (in Opera Śląska), and in Teatr Śląski she continues cycle of reporatage reading "The High Noon". She also takes part in non-professional theatre activity, promoting young artists (actors, poets and playwrights) lately has directed "Good Morning Lemings" play. Outside theatre she fulfils her other artistic passions: drawnin, graphic and stage design. 
She also played in some films: "Sexmission", "Between Mouth and Cup’s Brink" (Aurora), "Ring", and "Cafe Star". She collaborated with L. Majewski in "The Knight", "Glass Mouth", "Poet’s Blood" and performance art events like "Street Car" and "Accident", A. Sikora (feature film "Giant" and exhibition "100 Cages/Frames" and P. Schmitke. She was decorated with Bronze Cross of Merit.