Polish authors

Głębski, Jacek

Głębski, Jacek

Declared prose writer. Member of the Polish Writer’s Association. Additionally, musician and digital artist. Studied geography at the University of Łódź and journalism at the University of Warsaw. Worked as a reporter for “Dziennik Łódzki”, weeklies "Prawo i życie", "Przegląd Tygodniowy", "Odgłosy", and for the Polish Information Agency INTERPRESS. Organised promotional and political campaigns.

Grabowski, Artur (Art Grabov)

Artur Grabowski, born in 1967, a dramatist, essayist, translator and lecturer. Studied polish literature and philosophy. He’ s always been related to Cracow. His dramas were read and put on stage in Cracow, Lublin, Warsaw, Budapest, Chicago and Zagreb. In 2001 he represented Poland at the Festival of Central Europe in Cividale del Friulli, in Italy, with his drama Well.

Babicki, Mariusz

(Born: 1990) He studied acting at the Theatre Academy in Warsaw. He received a scholarship from the SPOT private theatre school in Cracow. Participant of the Artur Pałyga School of Drama (Polish Theatre in Bydgoszcz). Graduate of Theatre Knowledge at the University of Gdańsk. Co-founder of the A.YES! group in Trójmiasto (Tricity).


Intrator, Bożena

Author (writing in German, Polish, English) of: poems, short stories, novels, theater plays, translations of theater-plays, song lyrics, screenplays, translations and adaptations of screenplays, photographs and paintings.

Chotkowski, Łukasz

Łukasz Chotkowski, born in 1981 in Lublin, graduated from Warsaw University, the Theatre Arts Department. Assisted Maja Kleczewska in her productions of Medea at the Wybrzeże Theatre and Fedra at the National Theatre. He has published articles on Marina Abramovic and Sarah Kane in the “Didaskalia” and “Dialog” magazines. Writes mainly brutality dramas. Awarded drama scholarship by the Royal Court Theatre. Since 2006 employed as a playwright by the Polski Theatre in Bydgoszcz. 

Ślepowrońska, Dagna

Dagna Ślepowrońska, born in 1959, a psychologist, poet and playwright, a graduate of psychology department and a social therapy school. Since 1988 she has been working as a therapist with individuals, groups and families. Her play Luncheon Meat (published in the “Dialog” magazine) was premiered in Teatro Caprile in Vienna and was also published in German in Anthologie Polnisher Dramen den Gegewart in 2000.

Pawłowski, Łukasz

Pawłowski, Łukasz

Born in 1977. Graduated from PWST in Wrocław in 2002. Until 2009 he was a member of the ensemble of the Polish Theatre in Poznań, in which he played, among others: Lieutenant in Helmucik (I. Villqist, dir. P. Łysak), Piotr Wierchowieński in Demons (F. Dostojewski, dir. M. Fiedor), Joaquin Perez Fernandez Rivas Rooney in Tales of Argentina (based on W. Gombrowicz, dir. P. Kamz), Myzdral in Ferdydurke (W. Gombrowicz, dir. A. Tyszkiewicz).

Wojtyszko, Maria

Wojtyszko, Maria

Writer, playwright and dramatist. She studied cultural studies at the University of Warsaw, screenwriting at the Łódź Film School and feature directing at the Andrzej Wajda Master School of Film Directing. She also studied at the Drama School at the Drama Laboratory. She has written scripts for television series and short films. She regularly participates in international workshops, such as Midpoint, Passion to Market or Films For Kids Pro.

Gieldon, Filip


Born in 1983 in Stockholm. At the age of 26 he decided to go back to his parents’ country and started his studies in the Directing Department on PWSFTViT in Łódź. He combines a passion for cinema and theatre with the cultural experience gained in Sweden, London and finally Poland. In his artistic activities he wants to take up current topics by working with young, ambitious actors.