"I write when I have accumulated a lot questions, when I want to have my say, when something makes me uneasy, and that disquiet becomes an obsession. Writing puts thoughts in order, but it also twists things around. When I sit down to write, I must be prepared. Have a story in my head. There is a lot of bitter humour in my writing, abstraction, sometimes surrealism, but everything is very strongly based in storytelling and history. (...) Theatre is an intimate meeting with another human being. When dialogue accompanies this meeting, it makes it even better. Theatre ought to be like writing. And like writing, it ought to have no boundaries."
Polish Fabulamundi playwright Dana Łukasińska tells us what writing and theatre means to her. Her selected texts for this project round include "Agata Wants A Job" and "Refugees. An Inquiry". Read more about her story here: bit.ly/2obY22F... See MoreSee Less