A Time to Reap
From a forested Polish village to the blinding lights of London, A Time to Reap looks at one woman’s story against the mountain landscape of an evolving nation and one of Poland’s hottest political topics – abortion and the Catholic Church.
Anna Wakulik is an exciting new Polish voice with a crop of political provocations.
Anna Wakulik currently works as a literary manager for Tarnowski Teatr im. L. Solskiego in Tarnow, where she is writing a new play called Heroes, She was a semi-finalist and finalist of the Gdynia Drama Award. Her play Krzywy Domek was one of the final five shortlisted plays and was presented in a public rehearsed reading during the Festival of Contemporary Polish Drama in Gdynia in November 2010. Other works include: Sans Souci (2009, finalists 2009 Metaphors of Reality contest) and Zaynki (2012, winner of the Journalists’ Prize) at Teatr Polski in Poznan; Helzbieta H. at National Wybrzeze Theatre in Gdansk.
Anna attended the Royal Court Theatre’s 2011 International Residency for Emerging Playwrights. She came to London to work on her play, A Time To Reap, in July of that year and was invited back in March 2012 to work with director Caroline Steinbeis to develop the play further.
International Associate Caroline Steinbeis directs. Her other directing credits include Earthquakes in London (UK Tour for Headlong Theatre), Fatherland (Gate Theatre), Charged/Re-Charged (Soho Theatre), Mad Forest at BAC, Mile End (UK Tour), Photo Story (BAC). Her opera work includes: Cosi Fan Tutte (Sadler’s Wells, Bridgewater Hall, Ascoli Festival). Caroline is founder of Strike Ensemble.
A Time to Reap is presented as part of International Playwrights: A Genesis Foundation Project.
Age Guidance 14+
Running Time: Approx. 1 hour and 30 minutes without an interval
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