premiere: 20/09/2013
Author: Tadeusz Słobodzianek
Title: Our Class (Mūsų klasė)
Direction: Yana Ross

8, 9 December 2015, 7:00 PM
Scene:
Boguslawski Hall


Running time: 3 hours 45 min
intervals: 1


performance played in Lithuanian with Polish surtitles

Ticket prices:

full-price ticket:
zone I: 85 PLN
zone II: 75 PLN
balcony: 55 PLN

half-price ticket:
zone I: 75 PLN
zone II: 65 PLN
balcony: 45 PLN

standing tickets:
40 PLN

HONORARY PATRONAGE

Our Class

Yana Ross emphasises the universality of Tadeusz Słobodzianek's drama.

In her performance there are no Jews, Poles or Lithuanians, there are people entrapped in the endless battle between good and evil. It is one of the most recognised productions of  “Our Class”.

director: Yana Ross
scenography: Marijus Jacovskis
costume design: Zane Pihlstrom
music: Antanas Jansenka
video projections: Eglė Eigardaitė
light desing: Vilius Vilutis

Cast

Dora Miglė Polikevičiūtė
Zocha Monika Bičiūnaitė, Vaiva Mainelytė
Rachelka, later Marianna Monika Vaičiulyė, Aldona Janušauskaitė
Jakub Kac Daumantas Ciunis
Rysiek Dainius Jankauskas
Menachem Tadas Gryn
Zygmunt Ramūnas Cicėnas
Heniek Paulius Tamolė, Gediminas Girdvainis
Władek Algirdas Gradauskas, Valerijus Jevsejevas
Abram Marius Repšys

Musicians: Darius Bažanovas, Edvardas Jucius, Algirdas Januševičius, Julius Račkauskas, Darius Žyle

Lietuvos Nacionalinis Dramos Teatras – Lithuanian national theatre located in Gediminas Avenue, the main street od Vilnius. Established in 1940, it has operated under different names. Since 1988 it has been known as the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre.

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