• Magdalena Oron
    ( Młynarczyk )

    Freelance actress, writer and physical theatre performer.
    Co- founder of the One2two Physical Theatre group and OutsidEye theatre company. I successfully accomplished Drama and Performing Arts (BA) studies with First Class honours as well as being awarded ‘Excellence in Physical Theatre’ by the Jasmin Vardimon Company in 2012. Before arriving in the UK , I gained over 8 years acting experience at the Jaworzno’s Art Theatre in Poland. Passionate and dedicated to genre of physical theatre I have been exploring new devising techniques and polishing my performing skills by varied drama trainings and physical theatre workshops with internationally recognised theatre practitioners such as: Complicity Theatre Company, Emilyn Claid, Tim Casson- JVC, Marcin Rudy – Song of the Goat Theatre, Geese Theatre, Kindle Theatre and Babakas Theatre.

  • My experience...

      Arena Theatre

    Physical Theatre performer and co-founder

    2016

    LACK - Phycial Theatre performance directed by Daniel Piaszczyk

     

    2015

    Looking Good - Feeling Better Physical Theatre performance

    • Both shows made by my own Phycial Theatre Company - OutsidEye

    14/48 UK 

    The World's Quickest Theatre Festival

    Actor

    2015

    Day 1

    My Girl written by Arzhang Pezman and directed by Kate Hale

     

    Day 2

    Nest written by Hannah Baker and directed by Neil Reading

     

    Pulse Festival - The New Wolsey Theatre

    Actor

    2015

    It’s Easy To Say I Love You, Isn’t It? written by Kristina Gavran and directed by Chris Jefferies.

    Birmingham Repertory Theatre

    Actor

    2014/2015

    REP Foundry Nights - It’s Easy To Say I Love You, Isn’t It? written by Kristina Gavran and directed by Sarah Hamilton Baker.

    Film

    Actor

    2014

    'Can you see me?' short film produced by Nigel Davey, filmed and edited by Lastindependent.TV.

     

    2012

    Short film 'Bridge' directed by Giorgos Zonnisa, produced by Razor-Snatch production. 

    PAil West Midlands

    Theatre Co-ordinator

    2014    

    Drama workshop co-ordinator at Joseph Leckie Academy

    (Polish School @ EWA CIC) in Walsall.

     

    2013

    Planned and conducted a physical theatre workshops for adults during

    Artist, reveal yourself! event at @A.E. Harris, Birmingham.

     

    Drama workshops for kids age 5-7 during Family Picnic event at Polish Millennium House in Birmingham.

    one2two group

    Performer and director

    2012

    Short physical theatre piece Fading performed at the Performance Hub, University of Wolverhampton.
     

    Devised and performed a physical theatre piece Reflection for the Cultural Exchange festival at the Island Garden in London. Event organised by Performing Arts Educators US.

    Arena Theatre

    Drama Student

    2012

    Physical Theatre performance OnlyTime by Unsuitable Outfit. Final year project of Drama and Performing Arts course.

     

    2011

    Physical Theatre performance directed by Royona Mitra and Paul Brownbill - Painting by Numbers.

    Crescent Theatre

    Dance performer

    2011

    Play Julie M. directed by Daniel Piaszczyk at the Crescent Theatre Birmingham.

     

  • Current Project

    Since 2017 I am working on a main part in 'my own life' story as
    a mother of a beautiful son :)

     

     

  • Training

    • Emilyn Claid's workshop 'Falling Failing and Laughing About' in Coventry.
    • Physical Theatre workshops with Complicite Theatre Company at Midlands Art Centre, Birmingham.
    • Drama workshop with Highly Sprung Performance, Coventry.
    • Babakas Theatre workshop at Midlands Art Centre, Birmingham.
    • Devising Theatre workshop with Kindle Theatre and members of the ‘Aloclasp’ company at Midlands Art Centre, Birmingham.
    • Physical Theatre workshops with Marcin Rudy from Song of the Goat Theatre in London.
    • Dance Theatre workshop with Tim Casson ( Jasmin Vardimon Company) at the University of Wolverhampton.
    • Drama Workshop with Geese Theatre Company at the University of Wolverhampton.
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  • Any question?