I wanted to be Britney, Whitney & JLo

Written by Alexandra-Loonin

I wanted to be Britney, Whitney & JLo is a monologue about femininity, fantasies and gender. A young man visits his parents for family dinner but ends up locking himself in the bathroom when the attacks on his life and sexuality become to intensive. In there he looks back on his life and upbringing, turning to pop divas for comfort and understanding. In a sensitive, rhythmic manner the play walks us through a coming of age story with all it’s highs and lows. A celebration and recognition of the female role models so many of us 90s kids share I wanted to be Britney, Whitney & JLo is ultimately a story about survival.


Written by Jurga Tumasonytė

It is a play about four women of different generations, who are wandering in their memories and trying to renovate rooms. Everyone of them has unfinished business with the past, hopes to change and start things anew. “Renovation” is an intimate story not only about personal relationships but also about wider historical situations and inherited collective traumas.

A Year of Vacation

Written by Jonas Kuprys

Silence is golden.

This is a play about how much we really tell and how much we keep for ourselves. It is a story of a couple who has just broken up and their lives after that, interrupted by nameless background players, their dialogs and monologues, speaking about different things but same ideas. The play begins with the break up when the girl is kicked out of boy’s apartment where they spent most of their time together. As the play is building up, she learns more and more of the things the boy has kept for himself. After facing the truth and people’s opinions on it the girl tries to understand her own opinion. Background players, who are not directly involved in the main story, also try to speak up but they, too, have to face the fake necessity of silence. Is the world full of secrets or of silence?

Anonymous Coun.try

Written by Indrė Bručkutė

Nice to see you here or welcome back.
If you want to find out if you are a peasant, press 1.
Press 2 and find out if Salomėja Nėris was a traitor of the homeland.
Press 3 and see if Jonas would sing about you.
How Lithuanian are you (percentage)?
Take a look at the play and learn what happens to the main character –

The Legend About Naou

Written by Justas Tertelis

If you would search for INFORMATION on internet, you would easily find that LEGEND is described to be “The story of the legend generalizes essential and fatal events. The world in legends tends to have fantasy, alien elements. Poetical style, enhanced tone is characteristic to legends.” This is an experimental play. There you will not find typical narrative, fable, character arcs and goals. In this play the main characters are words. Words who are interpreted, heard and understood differently and the essence of performance’s dramaturgy is created by every viewer-reader. This play still has actors but the main responsibility for the performance and what can happen “Here and now” is at audience’s hands.


Written by Martynas Tiškus

A young person who believes that contemporary civilized world has lost all the meaning and that democracy is just a fiction gets onto a filming set which is in his neighborhood. He believes that the script of the film is actually a reality. He confesses he has killed a person. During the interrogation he tries to convince the interrogator of his guilt. Scenes of the play is divided into interrogation which is happening now and flashbacks of events which took place the day before, from the morning when the suspect has woken up to the pretended killing on the film set. They introduce us to three more characters, suspect’s sister, his friend and his neighbor. Reality and fiction mixes up into one. The suspect is convinced he has killed for the greater good. He feels he is being followed and when interrogator comes to the stage suspect thinks he has been watching him for a long time. What are his motives? Is human free only because he is not in prison?


Written by Ingrida Ragelskienė

Distinctive feature of the characters in “Rūstytė” is that all of them are spiritually poisoned, their personalities are more or less disintegrated, affected by toxic forces from outside. In “Rūstytė” there is no main theme, it is a huge pile of many themes. The main character is based on a person who the author had been following on Facebook for a year before writing the play. That person’s social mask of typical middle aged woman, going through a divorce and sharing on social media details of her fight for custody of her children and projecting herself as a activist in fight for animal rights and welfare. Author’s relationship with the person she is following is shining with empathy, rejection and even denial.


Written by Živilė Zablackaitė

She wants to be a mom and bring up a child.
And she doesn’t want to have children at all.
One is pregnant and the other one can’t be.
He wants a child but only his own flesh and blood.
All of them want freedom, family, to choose and not to be judged for their choices.
They are moms and dads.
But according to the law, only man, wife and a child can be a family. Whatever the circumstances are.