Let us glance across the borders. In Poland, the contagions have been very few compared to Italy, but theaters are nevertheless closed and theaters workers are waiting for a clear and organic emergency support plan. The Polish contemporary stage is extremely lively, yet there is a political problem with deep roots, a distrust of the Catholic-conservative government towards the new artistic languages: a condition that in this situation extremes the marginality of the category. For this reason, we wanted to hear the voice of a female choreographer and performer engaged in research on the narratives of the female body between power and violence, in a country where the cultural weight of the Catholic Church has raised the common conscience through a capillary seek for national identity. Until the attempt, perpetrated in recent weeks, to make the abortion laws more restricted.