Marcin Kalisz, Agnieszka Judycka, Hanna Bieluszko, Wojciech Skibiński, Tomasz Międzik, Mateusz Janicki / Karol Kubasiewicz, Dominik Stroka, Krzysztof Piątkowski, Tomasz Augustynowicz, Maciej Jackowski, Jerzy Światłoń i Tytus Grochal.
The J. Slowacki Theatre will begin the new year with two events on January 15. One of them will be “Hamlet” directed by Bartosz Szydłowski, which will be shown live, via streaming.
Before the actors take the audience to Elsynor, however, we will invite the winner of this year’s edition of the Stanisław Wyspiański Scholarship to take the stage. The scholarship is awarded to young people: pupils and students who excel both academically and socially. As every year, the chapter of the Wyspiański Association first selects 10 finalists, so that on January 15th, the anniversary of the birthday of the Krakow artist, the winner is selected. This year, the finalists include high school students: Jarosław Brodecki from Łódź (zoologist, nature researcher) and Aleksandra Szymankiewicz from Głogów (social activist, volunteer). The other finalists are students: Aleksandra Jankowska Głowacka studies design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, Maja Jaryczewska is a student at the Academy of Music in Gdańsk, Daniel Kozłowski studies at the Interdepartmental Individual Studies in Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the University of Warsaw, He is also a trainee at the Laboratory of Neuroinformatics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, Adrian Perdyan and Hubert Syzdek are future doctors, Antonina Ulatowska studies at the Faculty of Visual Culture Management of the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, and Fryderyk Wiatrowski and Julia Wojciechowska study at British universities. Fryderyk studies computing science at Oxford and is also an intern at an international trading company, while Julia studies Art and Science in London. One of these individuals will receive a PLN 12,000 Scholarship and mentoring support from Chapter members. The remaining finalists will receive mentoring.