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Hamletas 54 photo- D.Matvejev ©

William Shakespeare

HAMLET

Director Oskaras Koršunovas

The Hamlet question seems absurd to us at first. Our existence is so comfortable, and the future seems almost guaranteed. But actually the future is to be found inside each of us, and not in political slogans or commercial advertising.

Vilnius

July 23 d.

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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 5 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

May 24 d., 25 d., 26 d.

June 25 d., 26 d.

Kaunas

June 10 d.

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Nikolai Gogol

MADMAN

Director Oskaras Korsunovas

A man who desperately seeks to be normal and tries with all his force to be like everyone else, inevitably loses his identity. Paradoxically, however, as he loses his own identity, he becomes more and more radical – having invested so much of himself in normality, he is no longer able to tolerate strangeness. Strange people and freaks now become his enemy.

Vilnius

June 6 d.

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Martin Crimp

ATTEMPTS ON HER LIFE premiere!

Director Oskaras Korsunovas

The action in play takes place in an advertising agency – a place where slogans and products representing “normality” are forged on daily basis. It’s a story about how the factory of consumption and normality becomes perverted itself.

Vilnius

June 7 d., 8 d.