Graduate of the Faculty of Acting at the AST National Academy of Theatre Arts in Krakow /2019/
1 February 2019 – National Stary Theatre, Krakow
Chosen the best actor of the young generation by the public in the Krakow All in UJ “Go to the Theatre” vote. He made his Stary Theatre debut in Nothing directed by Krzysztof Garbaczewski. He gained audience recognition in his graduation plays – almost us directed by Marcin Wierzchowski, where the actor told the story of his parents, and #The Rape of Lucretia directed by Marcin Liber, of which Łukasz Gazur wrote “I like the energy, spunk, and the play on Shakespeare’s text. Lots of promise for the future” (Dziennik Polski).
Mikołaj Kubacki also made an appearance at the J. Słowacki Poetry Salon in Krakow, celebrating the seventy-fifth anniversary of the Rapsodyczny Theatre: “the students of Professor Dorota Segda, third-year acting students (…) recited fragments of Cyprian Kamil Norwid’s ‘Pieces on Freedom of Speech,’ speaking brilliantly, as if not much had changed since that remote November 1st,” reported Paweł Głowacki (Dziennik Polski).
In the TVP Televised Theatre performance of The Man Who Stopped Russia, the actor played the role of Maksymilian Wroński. He had his big-screen debut in Fanatic (dir. Michał Tylka), where he played the main role of Jakub Gałecki (Anon). In the past two years, he has performed in many film productions, directed by acknowledged artists: Kasia Adamik, Wojciech Smarzowski, Steven Oritt, and Michał Rosa.