Since the beginning of their artistic career, they have been associated with the Helena Modrzejewska Theatre in Legnica as actors. Each of them has over seventy theatre premieres and numerous individual and group awards under their belt. The most famous performances in which they have played are: Zły (Dir. Jacek Głomb), Ballada o Zakaczawiu (Dir. Jacek Głomb), Made in Poland (Dir. Przemek Wojcieszek), Osobisty Jezus (Dir. Przemek Wojcieszek), III Furie (Dir. Marcin Liber), Dziady (Dir. Lech Raczak). In 2007 they wrote their first play Sami. In 2010 another, jointly written text was created - Pracapospolita, staged at the theatre in Legnica in 2010, directed by the authors. The play was presented at the festival "Presented Reality", where it received an individual acting award. They usually write together, signing as PiK (Paweł and Kasia). The "Rural Tales" trilogy was inaugurated in December 2013 in Legnica with the premiere of the play "A road slippery with grass. The time a devil passed through the village". The text was awarded in the National Competition for the Exhibition of Polish Contemporary Art as the best dramatic text, and the Legnica performance at the festival "Presented Reality" in Zabrze received an award for the text, staging, roles and set design. When a dream comes - love tragedy is a beautiful story about difficult love, loss and maladjustment, in which comedy mixes with tragedy. It had its premiere at the Lubuski Theatre in Zielona Góra in September 2015. At the festival of contemporary drama "Presented Reality" the play received awards: for the text, direction, audience and several individual acting awards. The third part - Sometimes the moon shines from below - is a story about a family. The play focuses on the description of relations between brothers. The play had its premiere at the Lubuski Theatre in September 2016. Paweł Wolak and Katarzyna Dworak-Wolak have their original style, which is rare among contemporary authors. This is particularly evident in the presented triptych. Even the stage directions represent literary value and are often used in performances as integral parts of the drama.