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  • pn: 10:00 - 18:00
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Sabat jest jedynym w Polsce teatrem rewiowym. Odbywające się w nim spektakle to energetyczne widowiska zawierające numery żonglerskie i akrobatyczne, komiczne dialogi oraz piosenki, połączone dowcipną i błyskotliwą konferansjerką. Całość nawiązuje do tradycji teatrów kabaretowo-rewiowych, popularnych przede wszystkim w czasach przedwojennych. Przedstawienia oferowane przez Sabat to nie tylko bawią, ale też wzruszają i zachwycają szykiem oraz elegancją na najwyższym poziomie.

Pomysłodawczynią i zarazem właścicielką Sabatu jest Małgorzata Potocka, absolwentka Warszawskiej Szkoły Baletowej, tancerka i choreograf. Jak sama mówi, jej teatr, mieszczący się w samym centrum secesyjnej Warszawy –  przy ulicy Foksal 16 –  to miejsce, w którym można zapomnieć o niepokojach i troskach teraźniejszości, przenosząc się wraz z bohaterami widowiskowych rewii w odległe czasy świetności pełnych energii, dynamiki i przepychu przedstawień musicalowych, kabaretowych oraz muzycznych. Działalność Sabatu została już należycie doceniona – teatr jest laureatem prestiżowej nagrody "Warsaw Destination Alliance", przyznawanej instytucjom, promującym w świecie polską stolicę.

W spektaklach przygotowywanych przez Potocką występują nie tylko aktorzy teatralni, lecz także wybitni wokaliści, tancerze i muzycy, którzy prezentują się w urzekającym, zaprojektowanym wspólnie przez Marka Lewandowskiego i Marcina Stajewskiego wnętrzu, nominowanym zresztą do nagrody „Modernizacja 2001”. Wśród  artystów na stałe związanych z tym jedynym polskim teatrem rewiowym, prócz samej jego właścicielki, są również tak znakomite gwiazdy sceny jak Jan Nowicki, Jolanta Jaszkowska, Tadeusz Ross, Jolanta Mrotek, Dariusz Ryniec, Anita Klimecka, Barry Salone czy Halinka Mlynkova.

Zgodnie z tradycją przedstawień rewiowych, które odgrywano często w pubach czy innych miejscach, oferujących prócz uczty dla ducha także coś dla ciała, i Sabat wita swych gości powitalnym drinkiem i zaprasza do eleganckiej kolacji serwowanej na zasadzie szwedzkiego stołu. Kosztowanie wykwintnych dań podczas spektakli jest możliwe dzięki nietypowo przygotowanym wnętrzu – zamiast tradycyjnej widowni, wokół sceny rozstawiono bowiem niewielkie stoliki z wygodnymi krzesłami.

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  • it was a HUMAN that shot Otohime, I did not buy it for a SECOND, and I knew from that moment that it was HIM to shot her, and just used the human as a scgopaeat.I kind of like how the manga kept it in suspense who the shooter was until Hody revealed it to the public, but this works fine, too. I also like how Jimbei wanted to hide this, because he knew it would create FURTHER hatred between humans and fishmen/merfolk. Really, Hody's motivation is really crazy, in that only aims to create more hatred and resistance between the two/three species, and he's willing to sacrifice his own kind to do so. That's really low Speaking of Hody, his voice is good. I suppose I didn't expect it to sound any different, although to me, it DOES sound familiar, although most Japanese voices sound the same to me.Really, though, I hated this part in the manga, and I hate it here Not because there's anything wrong with the scene, but because it's just so painful to sit through It's so heart-wretching, even though it SEEMS like the truth at the time (I kind of knew it wasn't the case, but I wouldn't be proven right until much later).King Neptune also sounds interesting. Sounds like someone who can be taken seriously, even though he says some pretty silly things.This part I do like, though, because King Neptune is angsting over wanting the one who shot Otohime punished, but NOT wanting to ruin what she stood for by killing a human. A moral crossroads, as it were I also kind of expected Neptune's beard to move when he spoke, but I guess the animators took the cheaper way out.Aww Seeing poor Shirahoshi cry while grabbing her father's beard is really cute, but also very sad The first of many proposals by Vander Decken, the sick weirdo. I forgot THIS was the reason why the children didn't attend. Also, Neptune looks weird in a black suit. the FUCK?! Where'd that screen come from?! Seriously, this series switches back and forth between what kind of technology they have in this universe!Great music accompanying Fukaboshi's words! The speech itself was great, too.I seriously hope that they go back to having different music for each individual character eventually Also, a NEW eyecatcher that's completely different from any seen before? Okay But still the same music.I like how Luffy looks like he's paying attention but he's really just asleep Which is strange, because he usually has a snot bubble while asleep. But then again, it wouldn't nearly be as funny if we didn't THINK he was paying attention.Sanji's a real jerk, you know. Telling him to cut open his belly, just because Jimbei FEELS responsible. Yeah, maybe he DID let Arlong loose on the East Blue, but it was still ARLONG that did it, Jimbei's a good man and WOULD have stopped Arlong if he could I like how Nami explained to Jimbei how she felt about the whole thing, and that she doesn't hate him for being a fishman. Jimbei is very dutiful, and feels he could have changed things if he could if things go wrong. Very honorable, that's what I like most about him.Franky mispronounced Otohime's name Funny? Either way, this IS very touching.It's so WEIRD to see someone so big, pretty, and sensitive talking to Nami Such an odd picture But she has a cute voice!Yeah, I also like it when Hachi describes Hody and compares him to Arlong. Although, I think if it weren't for Fisher Tiger's involvement with Arlong, I THINK he would still feel the same way as Hody does Although he probably has more justifiable hatred for humans.That's a really big snail Say, didn't they use that during the Marineford arc? Yeah, the people at Sabaody Archipelago were watching the screens those snails made!As to your actual recap Yeah, I LIKED that for once, they DON'T explain the joke in One Piece. That seems to be a Japanese thing, in that they outright state what the joke is as if to say THIS IS FUNNY, YOU'RE SUPPOSED TO LAUGH AT THIS! That's not how humor's supposed to work, but i guess in that culture it does Still, the WHAT?! instead of WHAT?! He's asleep?! was a nice touch.LOVE hearing Kokoro no Chizu , my favorite opening!Supposedly, Capcom said it was going to STOP on-disc DLC, but yeah, unlocking stuff on the disc USED to be about playing the game, not giving the already rich companies more money Anyway, glad to be back in the swing of things, for now
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