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A one-part play (Age limit:14+)

Didžioji scena

February 25th – May 22nd

Author: Vydūnas

Director: Jonas Vaitkus

Set and costume designer: Jonas Arčikauskas

Composer: Tomas Kutavičius

Choreographer: Lina Puodžiukaitė

Video artist: Ridas Beržauskas

Video artist: Vladimiras Šerstabojevas

Assistant director: Rokas Misikonis

Actors: Liubomiras Laucevičius, Jūratė Onaitytė, Motiejus Ivanauskas, Vaidas Maršalka, Inga Mikutavičiūtė, Greta Šepliakovaitė, (Iveta Raulinaitytė ), Henrikas Savickis, (Justin Burškaitytė), Daiva Rudokaitė, Audronė Paškonytė, Sigitas Šidlauskas, Gintautas Bejeris, Martyna Gedvilaitė, Andrius Alešiūnas,  Saulius Čiučelis, Dovydas Pabarčius, Kęstutis Povilaitis, Kamilė Lebedytė, Marius Karolis Gotbergas, Saulė Sakalauskaitė

Duration – 2:10 h

The Self Forgotten is more than a performance. It is a performance mission that spreads the fundamental ideas of the Lithuanian humanist, philosopher, and writer Vydūnas. To educate a nation of conscious and free people, its spiritual culture-science, art, and morality – that was the main goal of the great thinker. Director Jonas Vaitkus considers Vydūnas’ personality to be one of the guiding principles in nowadays’ devaluation of moral values ​​and invites the theatre community to march in the direction of love, compassion, conscience, and virtue. Let us become human beings for ourselves – essentially, but not superficially, free people, let us not worship the golden calf, but strive for higher and more perfect humanity. Let us be people in the nation – let us love our homeland, let us work sincerely for it, and be worthy of respect. Let us be human beings in the universe – let us see the world through the nation and contribute to the good of the world. Composer Tomas Kutavičius and scenographer Jonas Arčikauskas turn Vydūnas’ philosophical thought into an impressive mystery – a musical spectacle that combines the shadows of the nation’s history, the echoes of natural elements, and the desire for human improvement.

Sunday, den February. 25th 2024
Session 18:00
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Wednesday, den May. 22nd 2024
Session 18:00
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Nacionalinis Kauno Dramos Teatras
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