Do you think that robots with the ability to feel will ever replace our close ones? It’s commonly known that nowadays artificial intelligence is a lot more than just the imagination of writers and sci-fi filmmakers. What is the truth about human intelligence? Together with the director Katarzyna Trzaska we’re trying to answer those questions in “Humani”, a sociological science fiction play written by Jarosław Murawski.
After getting out of a bad relationship, Em, the main character, decides to buy a human-shaped advanced robot. An individualized programing system allows to create the perfect partner. The entire plan becomes a lot more complicated when the human-like robot starts to develop the ability to think, feel and suffer.
The main character is played by Anna Liczuk. I had the pleasure to play two characters: DŻO – the real human, Em’s ex-boyfriend and MI – her personal technological home assistant, an avatar displayed on screen, which has a lot of human traits. In the play we’re also joined by Katarzyna Figura and Rafał Maćkowiak.
I’d like to warmly invite you to the play premiere, which will take place on Wednesday the 22nd of March, at 6:30pm in Instytut Teatralny im. Zbigniewa Raszewskiego on Jazdów 1 street in Warsaw. The entry is free of charge. Early reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org, mobile: 791 877 377