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Nastazja Domaradzka: Originally from Poland, Nastazja is a feminist theatremaker and director.

Nastazja Domaradzka: Originally from Poland, Nastazja is a feminist theatremaker and director. She has worked both in the UK and abroad, and her work is rooted in eastern European practice through using theatre as the tool of resistance and amplifying underrepresented voices. She holds an MA in Applied Theatre from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and teaches at various drama schools in the UK. She recently assisted directed Omar Elerian on his production of The Chairs at The Almeida and developed and led a creative programme NO BORDERS at The Royal Court. Directing credits include Dziady/ Forefathers' Eve at The Almeida, Scream Fire for The Revolution at Theatre Royal Stratford East and Peyvand Sadeghians' award winning piece Dual.

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No Borders’ Feast: A Reckoning at the Royal Court/On the Square
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No Borders’ Feast: A Reckoning at the Royal Court/On the Square

26 September 2022

verity healey speaks with Polish theatremaker Nastazja Domaradzka about No Borders, an arts program she created in collaboration with the Royal Court Theatre in London that prioritizes migrant artists’ experiences and voices.

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