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25 Apr Several
sessions

ASKELADDEN AND THE SHIP THAT WENT ON LAND AND SEA

Interaktyvus spektaklis
Repeticijų salė
Thursday, den April. 25th 2024
Sold out

ASKELADDEN AND THE SHIP THAT WENT ON LAND AND SEA

Interaktyvus spektaklis

Repeticijų salė

Thursday, den April. 25th 2024

Sold out
9–11 May

LANDSCAPES OF ČIURLIONIS: THE SEA

Sensory interactive performance based on the works of M.K. Čiurlionis
Mažoji salė
May 9th–11th

LANDSCAPES OF ČIURLIONIS: THE SEA

Sensory interactive performance based on the works of M.K. Čiurlionis

Mažoji salė

May 9th–11th

Director: Milda Mičiulytė

Actors: Deividas Breivė, Miglė Navasaitytė

The sea was a symbol of freedom, love, strength and creative drive for our great genius of music and painting M.K. Čiurlionis. It provided inspiration, awakened the imagination, and stirred the creative powers. He depicted it in his canvases, musical works, and wrote poetic impressions about it. Director Milda Mičiulytė and NKDT actors Miglė Navasaitytė and Deividas Breivė invite the audience to an interactive performance of the senses, where music, text and sounds merge into a seamless flight of imagination. You can wander through Čiurlionis' paintings, wade in the sea even when you are in the dark, when you can't see anything. With the help of various sounds, you will create your own symphony of the sea, listen to Čiurlionis' music and texts, and experience how many images sound can open up. 
 

The performance is also suitable for the visually impaired. 

16 May

The Mother and the Genie

Rūtos salė
Thursday, 16/05/2024 14:00

The Mother and the Genie

Rūtos salė

Thursday, 16/05/2024 14:00

Based on the book, this classroom performance explores a mother’s alcoholism through the 

fantasies of a little girl, avoiding the factual reality. As we move through the child’s story, 

more important is her abandonment and the imaginary world into which she transposes her 

everyday problems. This is how it happens that in the story there are genies (in Hungarian, 

it’s a homonym with ’gin’, the alcohol) who abduct the mother in the evenings. 

Káva Drama Theatre in Education Association (founded in 1996) creates complex Theater in Education and Drama in Education programs for students of public education, from age 6 to 18. The repertoire addresses both current social issues and more general philosophical and ethical questions. Our work is about raising questions, consciously not attempting to answer them. Beyond aesthetic education, the examination of democratic citizenship, micro- and macro-social, moral problems through theatrical forms also belong to our function. In our work with children and youngsters theatre is a tool to discover a road to understand a certain human problematic on a deeper level. 

Duration 90 min.  

Recommended age: 12 years old and up.  

 

18 May Several
sessions

BORKA

Ant Rūtos salės
Saturday, den May. 18th 2024

BORKA

Ant Rūtos salės

Saturday, den May. 18th 2024

23 May Several
sessions

MINIA

Ant Rūtos salės
Thursday, den May. 23rd 2024

MINIA

Ant Rūtos salės

Thursday, den May. 23rd 2024

“I hope that people look at you. That they look at you and are confused about what you’re doing. They don't know if I've said anything to you or not. You may just be going around in circles because you have nothing else to do.” The Crowd explores how we navigate our positions in crowds. You’ll hear texts from different people about the loneliness and the joy they experience while being part of different groups of people; on a bus, at the beach, at a concert, at the cinema. Who are you when you're on the outside of the group, and who are you as an individual when you're just a tiny part of a big group? While listening, together the audience becomes a crowd. This performance gives the audience possibilities they rarely get to experience in the theatre. The audience gets headphones they will wear throughout the performance and there will not be any seating. Maybe “The Crowd” can be compared to the theatre's version of silent disco? The project is created by Teater Leikhus’ Eva Rosemarijn and Lise Andrea, who have written and directed the piece together. Over 20 voice actors have helped with the project by lending us their voice, Irene Nessa Bjørnevik has been in charge of scenography and Eva Rosemarijn has created original music for the piece. The project has been developed over the course of two years with support from “Dramatikkens hus” and dramaturg Morten Cranner. 

“The Crowd” is an audiovisual experience about the loneliness and the joy we experience while being part of different kinds of crowds. Come experience being part of this crowd in a performance that could be described as the theatre’s version of silent disco! 

Running time: 80 min.  

Recommended age: 12 years and up.  

Nacionalinis Kauno Dramos Teatras
Laisvės al. 71, 44304 Kaunas, Lithuania
Telephone: +370 37 224 064
Email: kasa@dramosteatras.lt

Opening hours: Monday to Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 7:00 p.m Break time: 15.30 – 16.00 h.

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