Harvest presents a universal mechanism of social conduct. The timeless rite of sowing and harvesting forms a backdrop for human passions and emotions. The production's austere visual layer clashes with the dancers' powerful expression and sensuality, while Eugeniusz Rudnik's contemporary music is accompanied by traditional songs performed by Adam Strug. The show's narrative outline is based on the play Powrót Odysa (The Return of Odysseus) by Stanisław Wyspiański.
A director and playwright, co-founder of Studio Teatralne Koło in Warsaw (since 1988) – an independent theater in which he has made most of his performances. He also directed in numerous institutional drama and opera theaters. Nominated two times for the prestigious Warsaw Feliks Theater Award for directing "Starucha/Biddy" (2011) and "Burza/Tempest" (2012). In 2013, he received the Grand Prix at the Two Theaters Festival for his debut radio play inspired by Mewa. Since 2011, he has acted as a deputy artistic director at Teatr Ochota. His original theater has a chamber form that assumes an almost intimate contact between the actor and the viewer. It is a minimalist theater, deprived of staging fireworks.