Justyna Stanisławska

A graduate of the Faculty of Theatre Studies at the A. Zelwerowicz Academy in Warsaw (Poland).

She started her professional career in 1996 as an assistant of the production of the British Foundation The Globe Theatre. She has been working on such productions as: Art (J. Reza), Place with the Pigs (A. Fugard), or Edmund Kean (R. FitzSimons), Teechers (J. Godber) and Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me (F. McGuiness).

She took her first steps on stage at the youth movement theatre  TeArt Opty at Stara Prochownia Theatre, actively co-creating the group for several years (Opiniospesamor, Wisła, Karma).

In 2000 she began working with the Go Theater in Warsaw and the Proscenium Foundation as an actress (Ten Men La Fontaine, Sonata Belzebuba, Na pełnym morzu, Spoko smoko) and a teacher at an acting studio.

During her theatre studies period she supported the organization of the International Festival of Puppetry Schools in Białystok (Poland) as a guide of theatre groups from Spain and Iran (2002-2004).

In 2004, she moved for few months to Great Britain, where she worked as a stage manager assistant at the Harrogate Theatre on the spectacles of Ghosts (H. Ibsen) and Mother Goose.

After return to Poland, she made a series of one-act plays by Anton Chekhov – The Bear and The Engagement at the Jary Art House & Theatre (Warsaw).

As a theatre expert and reviewer she collaborates with the Scena, Taniec, NieTakt magazines and the website taniecpolska.pl, as well as the Center for Dance Arts and the Perform Artistic Foundation.
She is keen on organizing concerts and talks with representatives of the world of culture and art. Shee writes short stories and essays. She also dances.