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William Shakespeare

ROMEO AND JULIET

Director Oskaras Koršunovas

Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet” is usually understood as a celebration of romantic love. It is, really, an instance of social drama. In dramatic circumstances, an ordinary love becomes invested with tragic power of the highest order. What interests me most in this tragedy is how love can come forward and thrive in an atmosphere of hatred or war, as in Verona.

Vilnius

June 20 d.

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Sarah Kane

CLEANSED

Director Oskaras Koršunovas

“Cleansed” has the exact same kind of attraction as disaster and crime. It’s scary and at the same time clean. There is no play of accidents or mundanities in it, every word is unavoidable. This way Kane’s writing reaches the essence of an ancient drama and requires things that are hardly attainable in contemporary theatre, just like the “Cleansed” require seek the unattainable in love.

Kaunas

April 12 d.

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Anton Chekhov

THE SEAGULL

Director Oskaras Koršunovas

This is a great play to experiment. From the very beginning, it was doomed for explorations. With “The Seagull” we continue exploring the themes also present in “Hamlet” and “The Lower Depths”, those of the contemporary theatre, actor and viewer.

Vilnius

May 19 d., 20 d.

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Samuel Beckett

KRAPP`S LAST TAPE

Director Oskaras Koršunovas

It is one of the classic works of absurdist literature, questioning the painful theme of a person’s change throughout their lifetime. According to the main and only character of the play, Krapp, it is his personal retrospective journey to the past.

Vilnius

April 6 d.

Kelmė

March 23 d.

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Bertolt Brecht

WEDDING

Director Oskaras Koršunovas

In the performance, we look deeper. At not only the hypocritical morality and chastity, but also at the degradation of traditions and the absurd deformation of what used to be a sacred part of human existence: weddings, funerals, the sense of the cosmogonic cycle and its celebration.

Vilnius

April 21 d., 22 d.

Šalčininkai

April 5 d.

Utena

April 23 d.

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Maxim Gorky

THE LOWER DEPTHS

Director Oskaras Koršunovas

Gorky’s text becomes relevant only when the actor is able to grow his or her character in his or her soil, so to speak, basing it on his or her own experience. This is the highest aim of the laboratory. It is an intersection between the actor’s personality and the character he or she is creating, a stranger.

Vilnius

May 22 d.