Sławomir Grzymkowski, Agnieszka Warchulska, Agnieszka Wosińska, Tomasz Budyta, Agata Różycka, Anna Szymańczyk, Marcin Stępniak, Kamil Szklany, Adam Ferency, Robert Majewski, Mariusz Wojciechowski, Zbigniew Dziduch, Henryk Niebudek, Maciej Wyczański, Mariusz Drężek
A night that mixes everything with everything, the world of people and elves, changes feelings, and the coming dream reveals true passions. The contemporary interpretation of Hungarian director Gábor Máté is full of love, energy, and laughter. In the magical tale, however, there are also moments of bitterness, obsessions, unfulfilled hopes and unbridled desires. Especially that in capturing romantic love, all tricks are allowed, and the fight for it is sometimes ruthless. The mix of what is cruel and funny, magical and mundane makes the “Midsummer Night's Dream” after four centuries elude a clear interpretation and is still the most-played art of Shakespeare.