The former home of Tadeusz Kantor’s groundbreaking theater Cricot 2 now houses an eclectic archive of his work—to call it a museum is doing it an injustice. The videos, journals, drawings, costumes, designs and photos all testify to the craft and imagination of Poland’s greatest stage designer of the 20th century. Kantor himself created the exhibit before his death in 1990, a legacy for the “minds and imagination for the coming generations.” For those unfamiliar with his work, it’s the range of materials that strikes most—every Kantor production must have been a completely surprising event.