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Choreographer and performer: Greta Grinevičiūtė
Composer and performer: Agnė Matulevičiūtė
Dramaturg and performer: Birutė Kapustinskaitė
Performers: Paulius Markevičius, Aldona Vilutytė
Video artist: Nidas Kaniušas
Sound designer: Ignas Lungevičius
Stage and costume designer: Rūta Kyguolytė
Master of lights: Julius Kuršis
Technical supervisor: Vladislav Bajaznyj
Producer: Rusnė Kregždaitė
"Dance for an object and child" is about the relationship with an idea of a child, with a dance, and the creative process when one is in quest of a meaning, of truthfulness, as well as attempts to survive the daily routine of creation and life.
The authors of the play raise questions about unquestionable norms in regards to having children, expecting them, giving birth, as well as not wanting or not being able to have children. All of us one way or another face the issue of having a child, and no matter what is our decision we feel obliged to justify it.
MMLAB (Arts and Science Lab) is professional theatre working as independent artistic company. In 2019 MMLAB was granted the name of Vilnius city theatre by Vilnius Municipality. MMLAB is focusing on experiments, new forms of expressions and new topics for the stage productions.
Choreographer and dancer Greta Grinevičiūtė is one of the most active creators in Lithuania’s contemporary dance field. Since 2016 she has been a member of the Contemporary Dance Association in Lithuania. She is well-known as a representative of contemporary dance, performing in dance theatre AIROS, Vytis Jankauskas Dance Theatre and different independent projects but also known as an interdisciplinary artist collaborating with creators of various fields. In 2018, Greta was awarded for the most memorable creative work of the year by the Contemporary Dance Association. She is also doing PhD in dance research.
Supported by: Lithuanian Council for Culture and Vilnius City Municipality
Duration: 90 minutes
For age 16+
BALTIC DANCE PLATFORM
May 19th–21st 2022 in Tallinn
Baltic Dance Platform 2022 takes place in Tallinn. The three-day performance program brings together some of the most remarkable contemporary dance artists from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania, selected by an international jury. The program also includes pitch presentations, workshops for professionals, discussions and an evening festival club.