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BARTŁOMIEJ BŁASZCZYŃSKI




EDUCATION: 
Łódź Film School

MOST IMPORTANT PARTS:

Treplyov in "Seagull" by A. Chekhov
(dir. G. Gietzky, Teatr Śląski)

Alojz in "The Fifht Quarter of the Globe" by K. Kutz
(dir. R. Talarczyk, Teatr Śląski)

Raskolnikov in "Crime and Punishment" by F. Dostoyevsky
(dir. K. Babicki, Teatr Śląski)

Allan in "Play it Again, Sam" by W. Allen
(dir. G. Kempinsky, Teatr Śląski)

Monodrama from "I Run Through Life" by P. Czerwiński
(dir. M. Łuczak)




SILESIA IS FOR ME…

Greatly absorbed in prayer land full of God and fantastic people. Sometimes a bit hermetic, but maybe that’s even better? 
 

 

ABOUT MYSELF
 

He began work in Teatr Śląski in 2011 as a replacement in two main parts, that of Allan in "Play it Again, Sam" by W. Allen and Raskolnikov in "Crime and Punishment" by F. Dostoyevsky. Still in the same season he played Laertes in W. Shakespeare’s "Hamlet" and Konstanty Treplyov in "Seagull" by A. Chekhov. For his first season in Teatr Śląski was given Marshal of Silesia Voivodeship Award for Young Artists and The Andrzej Nardelli ZASP Award in category best debut. In 20th. edition of critic J. Sieradzki’s "Theatre Actors Subjective List" (2012) was mentioned in category: hope, appreciated for the parts in "Hamlet" and "Seagull".