On 10th July, in Kraków’s Barbican, Nomina has carried out a family programme on the history of medieval clothing entitled “Parades of gentlemen and of ladies adorned”, within which spectacles, shows and workshops for children took place. Parades were a part of the “Fashion reigns! On the chase after fashion in medieval Kraków” within the “Likeable Middle Ages!” programme of the Historical Museum of Kraków.
The audience could see the “Parades and delights of adorned ladies” spectacle and a fairy-tale kind of story for the youngest entitled “A legend of the enchanted coat”. For children we have also prepared workshops dedicated to medieval fashion. The programme was crowned by the fashion show “From a king to a beggar”
Production – Nomina Rosae Theatre: Katarzyna Borstyn, Katarzyna Sanocka, Anna Krajewska, Aleksandra Nabożny, Agnieszka Pfister, Anna Miśta, Urszula Czechanowska-Wolak, Paulina Czechanowska, Konrad Wierzchucki, Sebastian Dziadzio, Maciej Walasek as well as Julia Borstyn and Kaja Lipińska and, as a chameleon-like changeable narrator: Rafał Pawłowski.
Programme idea: Maria Molenda, choreography: Katarzyna Borstyn, reconstructions of clothing and costumes: Maria Molenda.