Goodbye, Adieux, Aufwiedersehen, Iki

Written by Živilė Zablackaitė

Three friends meet before all of them leave Lithuania. Studies, work, love - these are the reasons they are leaving. They are happy for each other, for their bright future and the bright future of Lithuania. But is it really better where we are not? Can everything be so great? Can a person not judge her/himself?

This play is a discussion about tolerance, woman’s place in society, emigration and future which awaits us.


Written by: Andra Kavaliauskaitė

There is a TV project going on which gives opportunity for four lucky men to create their PERFECT woman. Men, like gods, are creating their woman to show what details are the most important for every man. Hair, eyes, chest, vagina, voice… Can all these details one day become one person? Will any of the participants see their perfect woman?

Taking a deep look at one of the branches of pop culture, we ask: what is humanity? Where is the line which, when crossed, stops the cameras? What is woman nowadays and what's her worth? What is man and masculinity? Human and humanity? Lust, desire, freedom and big money - what hides under all this? How much does it cost to be honest and to be able to mock someone? How much does a clown cost, who not only plays his role perfectly but also, without even realizing it, makes up a perfect scenario to attract attention of the audience. How much does human dignity and respect cost?

What would you never ask me?

Written by Irena Kunevičiūtė

Due to unexpected circumstances, four human elements - mind, heart, body and soul - meet each other. In this story they all function as separate characters. Everyone of them thinks and behaves according to its element. In reality human can’t have just one of the elements, all of them are needed. This situation is utopian and illustrates conflicted inside of every human in common life situations. Due to their differences, all these four elements are incompatible, arguing but they also can’t live without each other.

You never know

Written by Birutė Kapustinskaitė

"You never know" is four meetings of eight people. It’s eight burgers. Three vegetarian, five with pork. It is eight overheard dialogs of those who are always sitting behind or in front of you.

„- I feel need for some changes, you know.

- So start jogging.

- I'd like to. But I don't have shoes for it.

- You don’t have sneakers?

- I have just the simple ones.

- So it’s all good.

- Well, it is not good to run with simple ones. You can ruin your feet. And spine.

- You’re just too lazy.

- Are you jogging with running shoes?

- Well, yeah, but…

- Well that’s that. "

Business card man

Written by Indrė Bručkutė

"Business card man" is a political satire in which a garage bakery functions like a state. Three men - Ben, Den and Christ have different functions in this system and everyone is doing great job. Sometimes even too great, as their Chief would say. Chief's goal is to maintain illusion that they are satisfied and happy and there are only violence, chaos and other garages which are trying to destroy their well-established order outside the limits of their garage. But for how long can you satisfy human only with hopes that in near future cupcakes will be tastier, more satisfying and you’ll get more of it?

Balcony of the Saints

Written by Sigita Bukantaitė

It is an absurd play, where two characters, Vanka and conditional character Yura, during the play become people, important to Vanka. During the dialog, taking place on a terrace, we meet the main character, her favorite dress from her childhood, dramatic events of her life, mistakes she haven’t learned from. In a tragic light of her destiny, wounds and grieves are coming up and reveal the huge pain, hidden by the beautiful facade and how alone does it feel to be in a crowd.

8 minutes

Written by Dovilė Statkevičienė

“Eight minutes” is a play where viewers are the main characters. Some members of the audience have different names and different lives which may not be as comfortable as their own. But neither Jolanta wanted to be Jolanta nor Boleslov wanted to be Boleslov but they had no choice. Somebody had been born blind, somebody’s sexuality isn’t like majority’s, somebody has depression which is not taken as an illness. But life goes on.

“Eight minutes” allows to walk a mile in other people’s shoes and feel what it means to have eight minutes of their lives. The main goal of the play is to give the audience a chance to move their principles and to widen the understanding of “normal”.