Aneta Wirzinkiewicz

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Aneta Wirzinkiewicz

She is a graduate of the PWST National Academy of Theatre Arts in Kraków; she made her debut in Kielce with the role of Dorine in Moliere’s play “Tartuffe, or The Impostor” (Tartuffe albo szalbierz) directed by Grzegorz Chrapkiewicz in theatrical season 2006/07.

Her most important roles are:

  • Aunt Marta in „The Horizon” by Wiesław Myśliwski, directed by Michał Kotański (2019)
  • Abira, Cannon, Wernyhora in Maciej Łubieński’s „Bem. Cannon man return”, directed by Michał Walczak (2018)
  • Melania in „Fast, fast…” based on Aleksander Fredro’s plays, directed by Mikołaj Grabowski (2018)
  • in Szymon Bogacz’s and Zuzanna Bućko’s „Zaucha. Welcome to the .prl”, directors Adam Biernacki, Szymon Bogacz, Zuzanna Bućko
  • Guildenstern in W. Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”, director Radosław Rychcik (2011)
  • Federico Rasponi in Peter Turrini’s “Servant of Two Masters” (Sługa dwóch panów), director Bartłomiej Wyszomirski (2011)
  • Wife in Szymon Bogacz’s “In the Name of the Father and Son” (W imię ojca i syna), director Piotr Ziniewicz (2011)
  • Paulina in T. Różewicz’s “White Marriage” (Białe małżeństwo), director Weronika Szczawińska (2010)
  • Secretary in T. Różewicz’s „The Card Index” (Kartoteka), director Piotr Jędrzejas (2009)
  • Dvori Machnes and Prosecutor in Edna Mazya’s “Playing in the backyard” (Zabawy na podwórku) directed by Julia Wernio (2008)
  • Valeska in Pavel Kohout’s “Bolero” (Bolero), director Piotr Szczerski (January 2008)
  • Victoria in Maria Wojtyszko’s “Uterus” (Macica), director Piotr Szczerski (2007)
  • Second Widow in Sławomir Mrożek’s “Widows” directed by Piotr Szczerski (2007)
  • Young Woman in Harold Pinter’s “New World Order” (one-act play “Mountain Language”) (Nowy Ład Świata. Jednoaktówka „Górski język”), directed by Piotr Szczerski (December 2006)

Prizes

  • 2007 Dzika Róża Publiczności (Audience Wild Rose Award)
  • 2007 Lodge of the Kraków Branch of the Association of Polish Artists

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