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2013 | 2(12) | 287-293
Article title

Mały teatrzyk wielkiego przełomu wieków

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EN
A Small-Scale Theatre in the Large-Scale Transition between the Centuries
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PL
Abstracts
The article presents an account of how the Polish language course taught by Polish lecturers at Sofia University at the end of the twentieth–and the beginning of the twenty-first century resulted in the establishment of the educational theatre as an unconventional, creative and extremely successful form of improving the students’ knowledge and practice of Polish lan-guage by staging literary works in a creative way with literary studies, theatrical skills and language studies coming together in this venture. In 2000 the theater staged the play A Win-dow Open to the Wind based on poems by the Polish Sappho-like poetess Maria Pawlikowska- Jasnorzewska. The play was performed to celebrate the opening of the Polish studies room at the University. The next performance staged the play Eutedemis. A Manuscript Found on the Internet based on a poem by the young poetess Małgorzatа Kapicа. These performances fulfill multiple aims and first and foremost they do help develop practical language skills.
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  • Warszawa, Polska
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