How I didn’t kill my father and how much I regret it
Teatr / Kabaret

How I didn’t kill my father and how much I regret it

  • Wydarzenie archiwalne: 02.06.2024
Teatr Wilama HorzycyToruń, Plac Teatralny 1

Teatr im. Stefana Żeromskiego (Kielce, Poland) i Teatr Łaźnia Nowa (Kraków, Poland)

Sunday, 2.06.2024 | at 5pm

Arena Toruń, ul. Bema 73-89

Earphones: English 

A stage adaptation of the famous book by Mateusz Pakuła, a personal chronicle of the dying process of his father, who battled pancreatic cancer, but also an explo- ration of helplessness and anger at state institutions, the health service and the church, which inflict additional suffering on the sick. “Co-dying”, as described by Mateusz Pakuła is not an individual experience. Across Poland, thousands of people grapple with feelings of helplessness and rage, unable to make decisions about their own fate while their loved ones have their rights restricted. The play becomes a poignant cry for euthanasia in moments when suffering reaches unbearable limits. However, don’t expect a purely sombre tale on stage. Pakuła infuses the narrative with grotesque and comic elements, staying true to his distinctive style. 


Director: Mateusz Pakuła

Running time: 2h (without interval)   

Photography: Klaudyna Schubert

Źródło: Teatr im. Wilama Horzycy w Toruniu

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