"Khetane, meaning together" is a project carried out with the "Hitano" Roma Culture Association in Olsztyn.
As part of it, interviews were conducted with three generations of the Roma community about identity, changing living conditions, integration with the majority group, among others.
The premiere of the performance took place on 2.10.19 at the XXIII International Theatre Festival Demoludy – We Tell Warmia at the S. Jaracz Theatre in Olsztyn
These conversations served as the basis for the script of a performance using the Roma music and dance tradition and confronting stereotypes about the Roma. The draft version of the performance was played on 23.07.19 at the Theatre Village Festival 2019 – Hatching in Węgajty, and the premiere took place on 2.10.19 at the XXIII International Theatre Festival Demoludy – We Tell Warmia at the S. Jaracz Theatre in Olsztyn. After the performance there was a conversation entitled: "Roma, Poles. What kind of story do you need to meet and understand?" led by Włodzimierz Nowak with invited gypsy specialist Andrzej Grzymała-Kazłowski, founder of the Museum of Roma Culture, members of the Roma Culture Association "Hitano": Brygida Bylicka, Adam Fedorowicz and Stefan Głowacki, teacher and Roma assistant Barbara Berezowska and director Barbara Prądzyńska. The next performance was played on 27.10.19 in MDK in Szczytno. The project was co-financed by the Ministry of Culture and National Heritage from the Fund for the Promotion of Culture, under the patronage of the Warmia and Mazury Voivodship Office.
Script: Katarzyna Jackowska-Enemuo, Barbara Prądzyńska
Directed by: Barbara Prądzyńska
Substantive consultations: Barbara Berezowska, Weronika Fibich, Andrzej Grzymała-Kazłowski,
Scenography: Iza Kolka
Shadow Theatre: Iwona Sojka
Video: Michał Kupisz
Music: Adam Fedorowicz, Bartosz Fedorowicz, Stefan Głowacki, Grzegorz Parczewski
Performers: Brygida Bilicka, Romana Głowacka, Emiliana Głowacka, Nikola Grabowska, Nela Grabowska, Kasian Głowacki, Abracham Paczkowski, Kamil Paczkowski