Amazonia, written in 2009, is a true saga of the individual lost in the urban jungle of derision. Is a contemporary comedy that depicts with irony and sarcasm the beginning of young actors career in show business, the difficulties and failures encountered by the protagonists who have to walk on this tortuous and costly road. It might cost them personal life, human relationships and mental health.
Amazonia is a critical view thrown inside of the show business from here and elsewhere and also a love story that lasts until the end, in the most classic tradition of happy ending. Michal Walczak (born in 1980) studied theater directing at the Theatre Academy in Warsaw and is one of the most prolific dramatists of the younger generation. He debuted in 2001 with the show „SANDBOX”, a story about HIS and HER inability to communicate emotionally and to love. This text has enjoyed immediate success, being staged in 11 theaters in Poland and the US and translated into German, English, Hungarian, Czech and Italian.