The Goose, Death and the Tulip
One day, the Goose meets Death. Or actually … One day, the Goose takes notice of Death, which had been by her side since forever, since the day the Goose was born. In what way is her world going to change now? Will living with Death by her side differ so much from the life she has lived up until now?
Director Marcin Jarnuszkiewicz took inspiration for this play from a German novel with the same title written by Wolf Erlbruch. He presents the simple story of the Goose meeting Death in a very poetic way. The music and images become more important than words, which are scarce. It’s what happens between and above the words that matters. The show is an invitation to being emotional and reflective.
Special Award for Baj Theatre at the 9th MASKARADA Festival of Animated Forms (Rzeszów, 2017)
3rd place at the 27th Polish Puppet Theatre Festival (Opole, 2015)
Professor Władysław Jarema Award granted by the Association of Polish Stage Artists (ZASP) for Elżbieta Bielińska and Małgorzata Suzuki, and for
ZŁOCISTY Grand Prix at the 19th KORCZAK International Festival of Theatres for Children and Young People (Warsaw, 2015)
Certificate of High Quality and High Artistic Level of the Polish branch of the International Association of Theatre for Children and Young People ASSITEJ (Warsaw, 2015).
Grand Prix and the Award of the Silesian Branch of the Association of Polish Stage Artists (ZASP) for Elżbieta Bielińska and Małgorzata Suzuki at the 12th KATOWICE-DZIECIOM International Puppet Theatre Festival (Katowice, 2015).
Award for Mateusz Dębski in the category ‘Music’ at the 23rd SPOTKANIA International Puppet Theatre Festival (Toruń, 2015)
3rd place at the 4th TEATRALNA KARUZELA Festival (Łódź, 2014)
Award for Marcin Jarnuszkiewicz at the 25th WALIZKA International Theatre Festival (Łomża, 2014)
- director and scenographer:
- assistant director:
Marta Mielcarek, Marcin Marcinowicz
- Elżbieta Bielińska:
- Małgorzata Suzuki:
- Robert Płuszka: