Actors

Actors

Bogdan Słomiński

Bogdan Słomiński

Bogdan Słomiński

A graduate of the National Film School in Łódź (1978)

1.07.1977 – 31.08.1980 – C. K. Norwid Theatre, Jelenia Góra
1.09.1980 – 31.08.1981 – J. Kochanowski Theatre, Opole
1.09.1981 – 31.08.1982  – Polski Theatre, Poznań
1.09.1982 – 30.09.1989 – J. Słowacki Theatre, Krakow
20.11.1989 – 15.08.1990 – PZ Polcolorit, Jelenia Góra
1.09.1990 – 30.06.2004 – J. Słowacki Theatre, Krakow
4.05.2009 – 6.06.2010 – BIS AGENCY Sp. z o. o. Warsaw
7.06.2010 – 30.09.2013 – National Stary Theatre, Krakow
1.04.2015 – 31.07.2015 – National Stary Theatre, Krakow
1.11.2017 – National Stary Theatre, Krakow

An actor in theatre, film, and television, he performed at the National Stary Theatre in “Chopin vs. Szopen” (2010), “Pan Tadeusz or: The Last Foray in Lithuania” (2011) directed by Mikołaj Grabowski, and “Audience 89” (2018) directed by Tomáš Svoboda. He appeared as a comically prim Stanisław August Poniatowski in the multimedia play “A Handbook of the Polish Kings” (2013) directed by Krzysztof Garbaczewski.

A year before graduating from his studies, Słomiński made his debut at the Jelenia Góra Norwid Theatre, playing the Captain in “Androcles and the Lion” by G. B. Shaw, directed by Henryk Tomaszewski. He performed in Jelenia Góra until 1980, then spent the following season at the Jan Kochanowski Theatre in Opole, performing in plays directed by Mikołaj Grabowski (the Count in Pierre Beaumarchais’ “The Marriage of Figaro” and the Lieutenant in Aleksander Fredro’s “Ladies and Hussars”). He again worked with Grabowski during another season at Poznań’s Polski Theatre. In 1982, he joined the troupe of the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Krakow, where he spent twenty-two years. On that stage he had the opportunity to work with some outstanding artists of the Polish theatre, including Jerzy Goliński, Andrzej Strzelecki, and Barbara Sass.

He has appeared in Sophocles’ “Antigone” (as Teresias), Albert Camus’ “The Plague” (Rambert), “Joseph K” based on Kafka’s “The Trial,” and Tadeusz Różewicz’s “The Card Catalogue.” His work in the theatre has included over seventy roles, and he has participated in over thirty film and television productions, including many Television Theatre performances.