One of the most tragic and beautiful romances of all time, Anna Karenina’s timeless theme is the struggle between oneself and the expectations of those around us.
Although set in imperial Russia, it is as relevant today as it has ever been – perhaps more so, in this liberal age of personal choice and loosening social ties.
This new production of Leo Tolstoy’s novel has been adapted for the stage by Radosław Paczocha and is directed by Michał Kotański. It stars Marta Frąckowiak (Anna), Ernest Nita (Vronsky), Marcin Wiśniewski (Karenin), Dawid Rafalski (Levin), Karolina Honchera (Dolly) and Joanna Koc (Kitty).
Catch it at Teatr Lubuski, on February 8, 9 and 10.
Picture: Teatr Lubuski