Type: Performance, festival premiere
Title: //Error404//
Artist: Take Over Group (Poland) 

Artistic guidance: Tomasz Rodowicz, Janusz Adam Biedrzycki, Małgorzata Lipczyńska
Music supervision: Tomasz Krzyżanowski
Cast: Barbara Cieślewicz, Tomasz Hołubowicz, Marta Kaczmarek, Anna Maszewska, Jakub Morawski, Ewa Otomańska, Remigiusz Pilarczyk, Alicja Tranda, Aleksandra Ziomek 

Duration: 60 minutes (no intermissions)

Date: 26.08.2016 (Friday)
Time: 8 pm
Place: stage in Art_Inkubator in Fabryka Sztuki in Lodz
Admission is free



System is like an inextricable labyrinth. When trying to find a man inside of it, one comes across a human being hunched under a protection layer of mechanical conducts, sprockets and facades that he takes on everyday basis. Basic needs disappear being overloaded by the information that is coming from all directions. Our instincts have been trampled. Nowadays we are seeking balance between being mechanical and vivid, trained and sensitive.

//Error 404// is a mistake code configured not to fulfill tasks, and not to show needed information. A crack which turns our reality around, make us stop and see the reality in completely different light. A moment of breath in made to measure world. A signal that not everything must succeed to become a success. An irregularity inside the system, that we find to learn something about ourselves.


Project „Take Over: Seeing young audiences through young people’s eyes” is an international and educational project of CHOREA Theatre, directed to women and men aged 18-28. It has been carried out with Kolarac Foundation (Serbia), Bios-exploring urban culture (Greece), Teatro delle Limonia (Italy) from 2014 to 2017 in the partnership with British Council within the programme of the European Commission „Creative Europe“. The keynote of the project is gaining an audience. Young participators of the project will prepare an artistic event in the areas of dance, music and theatre in two years. It will be a reflection of desires, changes, and aspirations of contemporary young generation, connected with the broad notion of culture. The entire event will be invented, designed and produced by the young, and directed at their peers. Although Take Over, a theatre by the young, has a purpose of keeping current audience, most importantly, it's aimed at getting new, young receivers of CHOREA Theatre.