I have been directing plays since 2002. After years of study in Poland, the USA, and later in Spain, it became clear that mime theatre is what moves me the most. As time went by and I gained new experiences, mainly interacting with wonderful artists from France and Germany, I began to incorporate visual theatre, object theatre, and physical theatre in its organic form into the tools provided by the art of mime. Work with spoken theatre came later. Its foundation was activities in drama theaters while working with stage movement and my reflections on how much the broadly understood theatre of form can offer to spoken theatre.


Mime theatre, visual theatre, physical theatre, and spoken theatre performances, implemented with my own teams, as a guest with theatre groups, and with individual artists.

Mime performances staged in puppet and actor theaters.

Musical performances, theatricalizing concerts, directing spectacles.

Mime theater performances have been a source of inspiration for me for many years, opening the doors to an infinitely rich and multidimensional world where the boundaries between reality and imagination seem to blur. Therefore, directing forms related to the art of mime is not only my passion but also the most frequently undertaken activity, allowing me to explore and develop extraordinary means of expression that go beyond words. It offers immense opportunities to take audiences to a world that they will interpret through the prism of their own imagination, sensitivity, and individual experiences, creating a unique emotional and intellectual journey for each of them. In this extraordinary scenic space, where gesture, movement, and body expression replace dialogues, adding actors who have fully mastered the craft of mime art brings beautiful, original effects. They have the ability to speak to the audience without words, eliciting laughter, emotion, and even deep reflection, making these performances linger with the viewer for a long time, becoming part of their personal experiences and memories. Working on each performance is a creative process for me that starts from the concept and develops through collaboration with actors, set designers, and musicians until the final realization on stage. This collective pursuit of discovering new ways to tell stories and express emotions without words is both a challenge and an endless source of satisfaction.

The broadly understood visual theater, depending on the type of performance, can be executed by actors who do not possess mimetic skills, such as actors of movement theater, physical theater, or dance. Then, other elements also become key, such as music, set design, costumes, and lighting, which together create a unique atmosphere and message of the performance. This makes it possible to convey deep emotions also beyond words, tell stories, or evoke specific states in the audience. In visual theater, every scenic element has significance and is carefully thought out to harmonize with the movement and expression of the actors, creating a coherent visual story. Additionally, the use of modern technologies, such as video projections or interactive installations, opens new possibilities for mime theater and visual theater, allowing for the creation of even more complex and engaging experiences for the audience. This combination of traditional mime art with innovative technological solutions allows for exploring new forms of expression and crossing the boundaries of traditional theater.

Performances realized in puppet theaters represent a fascinating synthesis of two unique art forms, combining both classic narration without words and the magical world of puppets. This combination opens new perspectives of theatrical experience for creators and audiences, where the wordless expression of mime actors harmonizes with the symbolic and often metaphorical language of puppetry. Such cooperation allows for the creation of performances with an extraordinary depth of emotional and aesthetic value, capable of speaking to audiences of all age groups. One of the most important aspects for me of such a combination is the ability to convey complex topics and emotions in a subtle and multidimensional way. Puppets, being extensions of the hands and hearts of puppeteers, can take forms and express emotions that go beyond the physical capabilities of an actor, and when combined with the intricate art of mime, this effect is amplified, offering audiences a completely different form of theatrical experience. Additionally, mime performances in puppet theaters, utilizing the stage space, can create perspective in a way that is difficult to achieve in traditional theater. This, in turn, allows for the creation of performances with a rich visual layer. Introducing elements of mime into puppet theater also enriches the dialogue between the actor and the puppet, creating interesting dynamics on stage. In these performances, the actor's body can become both a narrator and a participant in the action, leading the story beyond words, while the puppets add another layer of meanings and symbols.

Performances that combine the richness of music, the power of spoken acting, and the variety of movement expression forms, such as dance or mime, based on the craft of visual theater production, have an extraordinary power to invite audiences on unobvious, often surprising theatrical journeys. They are also always a special challenge for me, in which the harmonious combination of sound, narrative, and movement dynamics forms an inseparable whole.