Does the real man-woman war begin when the "play" button is turned on? Do two girls really look better together? How do men come to assume traditional female roles? Why is it that the older the clothes, the higher their price?
Jazz, stylish clothes, dancing, swing - this is the world of Lindy Hop style dancers. It is a world whose magic attracts both lovers of retro aesthetics and those who seek an alternative to modern forms of entertainment. Lindy Hop belongs to the group of so-called social dances. It is not only showy figures and pulsating music, but above all an international community. As in any other, views, emotions and experiences clash here. The script of the performance is based on interviews conducted with Polish Lindy Hop dancers. But it doesn't stop there - on stage it is not the actors who will take on the role of dancers, but the dancers of the Wroclaw Lindy Szau group will show their acting skills.
At the "TanzGala," however, I had a great time. I think that the adopted formula, exposing movement and expression, and rich in words only enough to meet the requirements of documentary theater, worked perfectly.
~Jarosław Klebaniuk, https://teatrdlawszystkich.eu/znowu-nie-ma-dziewczyn/
So the dance family moved to the boards of the theater, creating a dance-theater family and inviting the audience to join it. (...). This idea turned out to be a hit, and the dancing actors impressed me not only with their dancing skills - above all, they brought a lot of positive energy to the performance.
~Michał Hernes, https://www.tuwroclaw.com/wiadomosci,swing-i-pozytywna-energia-na-przegladzie-teatru-dokumentalnego-recenzja,wia5-3267-47014.html
Directing and dramaturgy: Robert Traczyk
Cast: Katarzyna Aszkiełowicz, Kamila Lipowiecka, Bartosz Naskręski, Kamil Tomaszuk
Set design: Jan Głąb
Costumes: Iza Banaszek
Music, scratch, jingle mix, Magdalena Gorwa