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DVD chronicle Lithuanian Theatre
 

TCIEC produced the second volume of the DVD chronicle Lithuanian Theatre representing the most significant events and remarkable personalities of Lithuanian theatre of the 2007-2008 season. DVD chronicle Lithuanian Theatre is the first digital bilingual (Lithuanian and English) cultural periodical in Lithuania launched in 2008.

The first chapter Portal of the Lithuanian Theatre 2007-2008 presents the selected drama, puppet and dance performances: Patriots by Jonas Vaitkus, Hamlet by Oskaras Koršunovas, A Couple of Poor LT-Speaking Romanians by Agnius Jankevičius, Eglė – the Queen of Serpents by Vitalijus Mazūras, Aurochs on a Stool by Auksė Petrulienė, Message by Vytis Jankauskas, and Sibyl by Loreta Juodkaitė. In the Personalities chapter we introducing the most distinguished theatre artists of the season – actor Darius Meškauskas, choreographer Aira Naginevičiūtė, director Agnius Jankevičius, and set designer Julija Skuratova.

In the Theme chapter we are continuing presentation of the young Lithuanian theatre started in the first volume of the chronicle. There are presented Utopia Theatre (artistic leader – Gintaras Varnas) as well as the group of stage directors completed their studies at the Lithuanian Music and Theatre Academy under the guidance of Rimas Tuminas. The Non-Format chapter is dedicated to an innovative and non-traditional theatrical appearances. This time our focus falls on the outstanding interpretation of the madrigal operas by Claudio Monteverdi by director Gintaras Varnas, recognized as one of the highlight of Lithuanian theatre of  the 2007-2008 season.

DVD chronicle Lithuanian Theatre is supported by Lithuanian Ministry of Culture as well as The Press Radio and Television Foundation.

The chronicle Lithuanian Theatre could be purchased by ordering at info@theatre.lt  

 

 

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