Sandra Korzeniak

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Graduated from the acting faculty at PWST in Cracow in 2000. For the following eight years connected with the Old National Theatre in Cracow. In 2008 joined the ensemble of the Drama Theatre in Warsaw and in 2010 - TR Warszawa. In the Old Theatre she played important roles among others in the plays by Krystian Lupa - The Master and Margarita (Mistrz i Małgorzata, 2002), Zaratustra (2005), Factory 2 (2008), Paweł Miśkiewicz - Innocent (Niewinna, 2004), Before/After (Przedtem/Potem, 2006), Maja Kleczewska Midsummer Night's Dream (2006), Bombarded (Zbombardowani, 2007), Michał Kotański Polaroids (Polaroidy, 2003) and Paweł Sala Gang Bang (2005). In 2009 she played the part of Marilyn in Persona. Triptych/Marilyn by Krystian Lupa, for which she received many awards. She also played in the TV Theatre play Wrong Side Up (Opowieść o zwyczajnym szaleństwie, 2004) by Łukasz Kosa, in the half-hour Summer (Lato, 2009) by Piotr Subbotko, and in the film Hiszpanka (2013) by Łukasz Barczyk. 

She received the following awards: "Polityka" passport in the domain of theatre for her role in Persona. Triptych/Marilyn for a "performance which establishes new categories of truth and falseness in acting" (2010). For the same role she also received the "Warsaw Felix" (Feliks Warszawski, 2009) and the award at the 16. Polish Competition for staging of a contemporary Polish play (2010). For the role of Nadia in Polaroids she received the acting award at the 43 Theatre Meetings in Kalisz (2003). 

Performances in TR Warszawa:

Areteia, 2010, directed by Grzegorz Jarzyna 
No Matter How Hard We Tried (Między nami dobrze jest, 2009), directed by Grzegorz Jarzyna
Nosferatu, 2011, directed by Grzegorz Jarzyna 
City of Dream, 2012, directed by Krystian Lupa
- The Possibility of an Island, 2015, directed by Magda Szpecht