Plastuś gets out of the wooden pencil case. Yes, it’s him: his adventures described in the novel by Maria Kownacka were enjoyed by our parents, grandmothers and grandparents.
Just like in the past, he escapes from the box along with his childlike innocence.
The story of the clumsy orange figurine will intrigue even the most impatient audience. It will be a great adventure, full of humour and wisdom. The pre-war text by Maria Kownacka on stage is an universal story about friendship which will surprise the audience and invite it to the wayward world of good-for-nothings and rogues, blots, the rubber named “Myszka” and the girl named Tosia.
We would like to thank Dorota Miśkiewicz, Henryk Miśkiewicz and Sebastian Frankiewicz for taking part in this performance for children.
AWARD of XIX International Festival of Theatre for Children and Youth KORCZAK 2015 for Magdalena Łaska for her role of Plastuś in "Plastusiowy Diary" for hearing children adequate to the size of the ears of a character
AWARD of XIX International Festival of Theatre for Children and Youth KORCZAK 2015 for Artur Krajewski for his role of Pencil in "Plastusiowy Diaries" play for the perfect execution of extreme acting tasks
AWARD for the reenactment of Historical Works of Polish Literature "Live Classics" for Lena Frankiewicz for directing "Plastusiowy Diary" by Maria Kownacka at the Polski Theatre in Bydgoszcz
AWARD for the reenactment of Historical Works of Polish Literature "Live Classics" for Magdalena Łaska for her role of Plastuś in "Plastusiowy Diary" by Maria Kownacka and the role of Chochoł in "The Wedding" by Wyspiański at the Polski Theatre in Bydgoszcz