Eleventh Dive to Theater Festival. Everyone can dive
Eleventh DIVE to Theater Festival. Everyone can dive
The Eleventh Educational Festival “Dive into the Theater” will take place at National Kaunas Drama Theater on May 27-30. This year, the festival program focuses on integrating different social groups in the workshop, and the festival’s motto is: “Everyone can dive”.
This year, the festival’s program includes more than 30 different workshops, discussions, excursions, and theatre games adapted for spectators of all ages, different social groups, and theatre lovers with special needs. Complex cognitive, educational programs and improvisation evenings are waiting for you, from the music room for the little ones to the process of creating a performance for the older ones. “Everyone can dive” – announces the motto of this year’s festival and invites everyone to cooperate, get acquainted and get to know not only the secrets of the theatre but also each other. The theatre is big, colourful and open, its treasures are inexhaustible, and you can all become a part of this creative diversity.
The long-coordinated foreigner’s program almost “sank”, but the only performance of the Danish troupe “M.I.S”, which will take place on May 28 at 6 P.M., was saved from the depths of the ocean. The performance will take place on the Big Stage. “M.I.S. – All Night Long” is about a modern man. Do you think that wool socks and worn sandals do not match with a suit? The Danish theatre troupe DON & GNU invites you to laugh at and break free from image stereotypes. The three men step on the scene fighting for the right to be themselves and do so in a particularly witty, ironic and playful way. Performance “M.I.S.” is a fun combination of dance, physical movement, Chaplin pranks in the background of club music. The language of movement is universal and understandable to all. It’s a great way to pass the time. Here the tricks of a high-mastery action, contemporary dance, wonderful Scandinavian humour, and an ironic approach to a serious search for our identity combines.
The performance has no verbal text and is suitable for an audience from the age of 14.