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Jo Strømgren. THE DOOR. Premiere - October 5, 2018 (In Culture Centre of Anykščiai)
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Molière. TARTUFFE. Director Oskaras Koršunovas
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Anka Herbut. LOKIS. Director Lukasz Twarkowski
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THREE SISTERS. By Anton Chekhov. Director Yana Ross
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Thomas Bernhard. HEROES' SQUARE
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2020 / 10 / 19 Press release | News

Laurynas Adomaitis, the author of “Alice”: ‘Traumas change thinking about justice and revenge’

Daiva Šabasevičienė

“Alice”, the new production of the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre, addresses the consequences of the 2015 terrorist attack in the Bataclan nightclub in Paris. How can justice be restored when 130 people lost their lives? ‘To me, the most important thing was to show the ways in which the events affect the characters’ emotions and cause deep traumatic experiences. We all know about those events, don’t we? Each of us was somewhere when this happened. Some were in Paris, others in Vilnius. So what? The psyche can be affected from a distance, and people very easily identify with traumas,’ says Laurynas Adomaitis, the playwright.
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2020 / 10 / 14 Press release | News

The world ignores everything. Interview with Antanas Obcarskas

Daiva Šabasevičienė

At the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre, this autumn has been generous with premieres. Audiences have already seen “Respublika”, “Dialogues” and “Marius Repšys on Stage” with “Alice” is set to premiere on 23 October. This production, which is based on Laurynas Adomaitis’s original play, is directed by Antanas Obcarskas. With the premiere of “Alice” approaching, Daiva Šabasevičienė talks to the director, Antanas Obcarskas.
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2020 / 09 / 03 Press release | News

Director Łukasz Twarkowski: ‘Respublika's audience will feel like they are part of the action’

Aušra Pociūtė

On 3, 4, and 5 September, the 81st season of the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre will open with the premiere of “Respublika”, directed by Łukasz Twarkowski. It is a production of a remarkable breadth and form which, according to the director, will draw the audience into action and into a closed commune. Łukasz Twarkowski is interested in the secrets of the contemporary mindset, as well as the changed ways of receiving and processing information, so to reach this contemporary viewer, Twarkowski chooses novel forms of theatre which merge video footage, acting, visual arts, and music. The latter is especially meaningful in “Respublika”.
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