Bartosz Cieniawa

Lecturer, AST National Academy of Theatre Arts in Krakow — S. Wyspiański.
Mr. Cieniawa graduated from the Faculty of Eastern Slavic Philology of the Jagiellonian University of Krakow, and the Pushkin Russian Language Institute in Moscow, and completed graduate studies in the Theory of Dance at Chopin University in Warsaw.

In the 1990s he cooperated with several modern dance groups in Krakow, and, finally, with the EURODANCE 2000 studio led by Tomasz Gołębiowski where he studied and performed over a period of 7 years.

In 1993 he was hired by KTO Theatre. He took part in more than 40 theatre productions directed by Jerzy Zoń. The most important of them are "Cinema", "Tower of Babylon", "Smell of Time", "Mazepa", "I Will Sell the House I Cannot Live in Anymore", "Blinda", "The Orphan Choir" and "Peregrine". These shows were presented in various theatres and in open air settings in more than 250 cities in more than 40 countries on five continents.

He also choreographed the performance of "I Will Sell the House I Cannot Live in Anymore".

In 1998–2002 he cooperated with the Kyiv-based experimental theatre where he performed in two shows by Anatoly Petrov: "Between Heaven and Earth", and "The Carnival".

In 2015 he performed in the Polish-Norwegian production of "Life Shots" by director Rune Temte.

Since 2017 Mr. Cieniawa has been teaching at the National Academy of Theatre Arts in Krakow where he teaches "Basic Dance Skills".