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Stefan Jaracz

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Stefan Jaracz
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Age61 (age at death)
Birthday 24 December, 1883
Birthplace Stare Zukowice, Poland
Died 11 August, 1945
Place of Death Otwock, Poland
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Nationality Polish
Occupation Director
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Stefan Jaracz (24 December 1883 – 11 August 1945) was a Polish actor and theater producer. He served as the artistic director of Ateneum Theatre in Warsaw during the interwar period (1930–32), and within a short period raised its reputation as one of the leading voices for Poland's new intelligentsia, with groundbreaking productions of Danton's Death by Georg Büchner (1931), The Captain of Köpenick by Carl Zuckmayer (1932), as well as popular Ladies and Husars (Damy i Huzary) by Aleksander Fredro (1932) and The Open House by Michał Bałucki.

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