Bimonthly affiliated with the Jagiellonian University, edited in cooperation with the Scientific Circle of Theaterologists. It has been published since 1994 by the Krakow Theater Association. This interesting magazine, which enjoys great popularity in the theater circles of the whole country, is headed by a 3-person college: Łukasz Drewniak, Grzegorz Niziołek, Maryla Zielinska

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