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About the Foundation

FETA Foundation presents theatre work mostly addressed to the adolescent audience. We want out stage productions to serve as theatrical vehicles for dialogue with the up-and-coming generation sitting in the auditorium; we want them to speak to us as much as we speak to them. 

We love setting up series of Q&A’s following the performances so that the audience may discuss with the cast their response to our theatre work, how that work relates to their anxieties, their  challenges of becoming a grown-up, what it feels like to be bullied or ostracised at school or the social scene; what the present boundaries of tolerance are and how we can broaden them. 


The three flagship performances of our foundation are:

"The Laramie Project" by Moises Kaufman, about tolerance and respect for otherness

"Jordan" by Anna Reynolds and Moira Buffini, about the consequences of immature choices and about love and its lack of

"Jaskółeczka" by Tadeusz Słobodzianek, a play about forbidden love and choices under the pressure of tradition.


We invite you to support us and to cooperate with us!

O Fundacji: About Us
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