Woodcutters - The most keenly-awaited production of the 2014/2015 season, not only in Polski Theatre in Wrocław. An “artistic dinner” of old friends who once were a part of an informal bohemian group turns into a wake after the death of one of the characters. The participants are not focused on the deceased, though, they allow themselves to the “liberty” of verbalising hidden and unconscious fears, claims, injuries, and demands. The bohemia of the olden days turns rebel energy into state contracts, fat paychecks, decorations, and positions. The production is a radical journey deep into the modern world, going under the surface of social forms and cultural conventions, in search of what only starts to appear above the horizon. A production that touches on the problem of freedom, which is illusory in our life, and constraint, which is the natural condition of a human being. It also includes questions concerning artists and their role in the modern world.