In the team of TR Warsaw since 2016.
A TR Warszawa actor. Graduate of The Leon Schiller National Film, Television and Theatre School in Łódź (2009). He made his debut in 2007 on the stage of The Stefan Jaracz Theatre in Entrapment dir. by Małgorzata Bogajewska. He has been engaged by The Stefan Jaracz Theatre in Łódź, New Theatre in Łódź, Dramatic Theatre of the Capital City of Warsaw, National Theatre in Warsaw, The Zygmunt Hubner Powszechny Theatre in Warsaw. He has appeared in the performances directed by Monika Strzępka (In the Name of Jakub S., premiered in 2011; Curse, Episodes From the Time of Helplessness, premiered in 2014), Maciej Podstawny (Don Quixote, premiered in 2010, Moles and Birds of Paradise, premiered in 2011, Fantazy, premiered in 2014), Iwan Wyrypajew (Unbearably Long Embraces, premiered in 2015) and Anna Karasińska, among others. In TR Warszawa Dymecki has created characters for many plays, including: Grind/r, dir. Piotr Trojan (2015), The Footballers, dir. Małgorzata Wdowik (2016), Robert Robur (2016), dir. Krzysztof Garbaczewski, G.E.N, dir. Grzegorz Jarzyna, (2017), Fear, (2018), dir. Małgorzata Wdowik, My Struggle, dir. Michał Borczuch (2017), Fantasia, dir. Anna Karasińska (2017), Pieces of a Woman, dir. Kornél Mundruczó (2018), Always Coming Home, dir. Magda Szpecht (2019/2020), The Heart, dir. Wiktor Bagiński (2021). He can also be seen in many film productions, including: Biały potok [literally: White Water] 2021, dir. Michał Grzybowski, Prime time, dir. Jakub Piątek, 2021, 1983, 2018. dir. Agnieszka Holland, Kasia Adamik, Olga Chajdas, Agnieszka Smoczyńska, Kamerdyner [The Butler], 2018, dir. Filip Bajon, Pitbull. Last Dog, 2018, dir. Władysław Pasikowski, The Trap, 2018, dir. Łukasz Palkowski, Pardon, 2018, dir. Jan Jakub Kolski, Users, 2018, dir. Jakub Piątek, 53 Wars, 2018, dir. Ewa Bukowska, Mug, 2017, dir. Małgorzata Szumowska, Ultraviolet, 2017, dir. Jan Komasa, Sławomir Fabicki, Artyści [Artists] 2016, dir. Monika Strzępka, Entanglement, 2011, dir. Jacek Bromski, Afonia and the Bees, 2009, dir. Jan Jakub Kolski.
For a role of Michał Płatonow in a diploma show titled Letnisko [Summer Resort] he was awarded the 2nd prize at the Drama Schools’ Festival in Łódź. The role of Lars in Pieces of a Woman won him the 3rd Actor’s Award at the 59th Kalisz Theatre Meeting.
fot. Tomek Tyndyk/Adrian Lach