Felicja Zofia Ewa Bonacka (born 28 December 1912, Kosjatyn – 23 October 1992 in Warsaw) was a Polish actress and director. Ewa Bonacka was engaged at the Polish Theatre in Katowice from 1929 to 1930, then at the Theater in Lviv and from 1935 to 1939 at the Warsaw Teatr Ateneum. From 1946 to 1948 she played at the Theatre of the Polish Army in Lodz From 1949 to 1974 she worked as an actress and director at the National Theatre in Warsaw. She played the Muza in Stanisław Wyspiańskis Wyzwolenie (1958), the Dobrójska in Aleksandr Fredros Śluby panieńskie (1963) and the Idalia in Juliusz Słowacki Fantazy (1960).As a director she performed at the Volkstheater Guilherme Figueiredos Der Fuchs and the Grapes (1959), at the Dramatic Theatre Jan Potockis Parady (1958) and at the Krakow Słowacki Theatre Federico García Lorcas Dna Rosita (1970). Under the pseudonym Feliks Ostrow she published the play Spotkanie po wojnie. She made her film debut in 1936. She also acted as a director, screenwriter and translator on numerous television films.
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