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Robotic Theatre

The Robotic Acting School practitioners feel great in every repertoire. They display a passion for fairy tales, a bravado in interpreting the stories of Lem, an enthusiasm for mathematical tales.

It's the only theatre in Poland where you can see technologically advanced humanoids – RoboThespians. Compressed air allows them to move. They can speak many languages, nod, gesticulate, and express emotions. Noted actors have given them voices. They were made by a British company, Engineered Arts Ltd., which has already created four generations of these lovable robots. In the Robotic Theatre in Copernicus Science Centre, we have three young humanoid robot actors.

Currently on stage:

  • „Prince Ferrix and Princess Crystal”, an adaptation of a short story by Stanisław Lem
  • „The Secret Of An Empty Drawer, or The Ghosts Of The Fourth Dimension”, a play based on a 19th century novel by Edwin A. Abbott „Flatland. A Romance Of Many Dimensions”
  • „What The Old Man Does Is Always Right”, an adaptation of a classic fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen

Duration: 20 minutes
Seats: 50
Languages: Polish, English, Russian

Latecomers will not be admitted. During the show, it is prohibited to record and photograph. You can take pictures after the performance.

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