This is modern and performative play where creators and spectators act together by traveling among 7 colours, 7 qualities, 7 sounds and 7 rituals. This is a journey through 7 human energy centers, otherwise known as circles. Authentic sounding ancient instrumental and vocal music from various regions of Lithuania is combined with modern dance, animated symbols, where live music of national instruments and multipart songs is accompanied by symbolic, ritual actions.
Interaktyvus edukacinis spektaklis
5-8 metų vaikams
Vaikas smalsauja: „Iš kur aš atsiradau?“, o Jūs nedrįstate ar nežinote kaip apie tai kalbėti? Kauno miesto kamerinis teatras siūlo išeitį, palengvinsiančią tėvų ir pedagogų dalią kalbėti šia „nepatogia“ tema. Atveskite vaiką į pažintinės edukacijos spektaklį IŠ KUR AŠ? ir leiskite jam išsiaiškinti visą tiesą apie savo atsiradimą, pasitelkiant teatrinio stebuklo magiją!
Based on real stories of teenagers
Are superheroes born or do you can become one? How to be hero to yourself? What authorities to follow? How to become the better version of yourself? How to survive bullying? What is friendship and love? How to not be afraid of dreaming and always be yourself? These and other questions are posed by performance “Superheroes.“
Game is not just a fun activity for babies and little kids which takes the biggest part of their first year of life. While playing, children get to know themselves and the world around them and learn a lot - crawling and sitting, climbing and jumping, taking and dropping, catching and kicking, smiling and frowning, sharing and making friends, thinking and enjoying. Play of dance “Colourful games” is full of unexpected, colourful objects which stimulate little spectators to explore and discover a lot of things about themselves and the environment with the help of dancer.
The depth of the universe from three grains of rice is the credo of the creators of Siberian Haiku. The performance is based on the texts of Jurga Vilė in the book of the same name. Here, the story of the exile of the writer's father Algimantas Stakėnas is told through the lips of a ten-years-old boy, and the fate of many Lithuanians is revealed through it.