by Witold Gombrowicz
translated by Krystyna Griffith-Jones and Catherine Robins
directed by Omar Sangare

Theatre Row
Clurman Theatre
410 West 42nd Street
New York, NY 10036

January 15, 2016 at 8:00pm
January 16, 2016 at 2:00pm
January 16, 2016 at 8:00pm

This theatrical production unites Williams Theatre artists with a creative team of international collaborators, including a set designer from Poland, a lighting designer who worked on Broadway and New York Fashion Week, a dramaturg from Yale University, a sound designer from the vanguard of innovative New York theater, and two choreographers from Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch.

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Broadway World (preview)
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Consulate General of Poland (invitation)
’62 Center for Theatre and Dance
Poland.us (preview)
NYC.com (preview)
The Williams Record (review)
Woman Around Town (review)

Princess Ivona Cast Members:
David Carter, Michael Druker, Bailey Edwards, Mia Hull, Veronica Kovalcik, Connor Lawhorn, Spencer Lee-Rey, Evelyn Mahon, Petra Mijanovic, Ben Rosenblum, Sofia Smith, Jackson Zerkle, Carina Zox
Princess Ivona Creative Team
Author: Witold Gombrowicz
Director & Producer: Omar Sangare
Choreographers: Pablo Aran Gimeno & Jorge Puerta Armenta
Set Design: Joanna Kus
Lighting Design: Coby Chasman-Beck
Sound Design: Stephen Simalchik
Costume Design: Deb Brothers
Assistant to the Director: Mia Hull
Dramaturg: Ilya Khodosh
Graphic Designer: Julia Kwinto
Production Manager: Marcin Sangare
Presented by arrangement with Rita Gombrowicz
Produced under the auspices of the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in New York, in partnership with the Embassy of the Republic of Poland in Washington D.C., Williams College, and Polish Cultural Institute New York.


Witold Gombrowicz (1904-1969) was one of the foremost visionaries of twentieth-century world literature. A Polish dissident who sought refuge in Argentina during the Second World War, his irreverent, satirical works include “The Marriage,” “Ferdydurke,” “Memoirs Of A Time Of Immaturity,” and “Trans-Atlantic.”

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