In attempt to reflect on a topic of breathing and inspiration we will invite the spectators to enjoy a touching story of two sisters about love that conquers any illness: a world, stricken with pandemic, where breathing – simply inhaling and exhaling – gains existential meaning. We will also encourage our guests to experience the rhythms – to take a close look at bug in the grass, listen to the wash of the waves, to enjoy their feet drowning in a soft moss and most of all, to feel the unconditional love of Mother Nature while lying under tall trees. We will encourage the participants to use their senses to hear and experience a story of a meadow and its inhabitants; to see a modern adaptation of Pygmalion myth – an ancient myth about a sculptor Pygmalion, who falls in love with his own creation, will come to life in light of the modern age, by changing a sculpture with an AI robot. We will also offer the spectators to see the changing city during the war through the eyes of a little girl. Video projections will teleport us to the very centre of a story about war that is luckily happening somewhere else. Or maybe not?
Guests and residents of Klaipėda will be presented with eleven performances from Latvia, Poland, France, Germany, Slovenia and Lithuania; puppet and object theatre installation; Puppet animation film programmes for children and adults; a programme of various engaging educational programmes for the whole family.
Let’s talk about breathing in all its forms, in every volume, on every level, as well as about a wonderful game-changing gulp of air.
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