Love is impatient, love is unkind. It envies, it still boasts, it is proud. It dishonours others, it is self-seeking, it is easily angered, it keeps a record of wrong; love delights in evil and rejoices with the untruth. It does not bear everything, it does not trust everything, it does not always hope, it does not always persevere.

Łukasz Witt-Michałowski has really caused a revolution in the Lublin theatre scene. He directed the best ever show staged by Scena InVitro. He created the show that will stir other theatres from their lethargy and self-styled utter bliss, that will deeply move audiences and entrance them with its uncompromising nature. If it hurts them, it will cut them to the quick. The Reunification of the Two Koreas is a set of short stories about Love – the affection that most frequently has long been dead and the feeling for which the protagonists are desperately searching to fill in the emptiness of their existence. This is the kind of love whose eroticism constitutes the life wish that reaches beyond the grave. In a series of accidental encounters, they are despairingly attempting to evoke the taste of the love of yore, the genuine affection – so unusual and so impossible at present – not unlike the reunification of Koreas. This is a lucid, clear, perfectly masterminded and executed play about Love. Its lack and (our) longing for it.
Waldemar Sulisz, „Dziennik Wschodni”


Joël Pommerat


Jan Nowak


Łukasz Witt-Michałowski


Matylda Damięcka, Ewa Pająk, Wojciech Rusin, Jarosław Tomica, Robert Zawadzki, Ilona Zgiet


Tomasz Kraśkiewicz


Marcin Kowalczuk, Grzegorz Polak


Monika Stolat


Jadwiga Cichocka Apartaments


26 March 2017