22 August (Saturday) 18.00 | Terrace of Kaunas Culture Centre, Kęstutis str. 1
Event is free of charge REGISTRATION
Creators and performvers: Justė Liaugaudė and Indrė Mickevičiūtė-Petrauskienė
Mentor: Sergi Estebanell
Music design: Domas Morkūnas
Age recommendation: 14+
“FLIGHT” – probably many of us have felt that first flight anxiety while boarding the plane for the first time as well as our hearts skipping a beat during a slight shake and the first though popping up: “WE’RE FALLING!” Someone laughs, someone’s frightened, but no one is indifferent.
During this performance a clown duo plays with the spectators’ emotions, allowing the audience to get to know themselves better and laugh at themselves. “We invite you to an extraordinary flight! Enthusiastic, unexpected, maybe slightly absurd but full of faith that everything is going to be fine.” – Flight attendants Grilda and Raža.
Justė Liaugaudė – contemporary clowning and physical theater artist. Constantly expanding her clowning and physical theater knowledge at the “International School of humor” in Vienna. Working as an actress and art director in the “RED NOSES Clown doctors” organization for over 10 years. Justė has worked with such creators as Aitor Basauri Barruetabena, Sergi Estabanell, Jos Houben, Ami Hattab, John Towsen, Helen Gustin, Vladimir Olshansky, Magdalena Schamberger and others. She has been on several missions in Eastern Ukraine with an international clowning team, where they created performances for families experiencing the effects of war.
Indrė Mickevičiūtė-Petrauskienė – freelance artist, performer, creator working on various theater, TV, movie, educational and circus projects. She graduated from the Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theater with a degree in acting and pantomime. Certified clown in the “RED NOSES Clown doctors” organization since 2012. Constantly expanding her clowning and physical theater knowledge at the “International School of humor” in Vienna. Indrė has worked with such creators as Gela Kandelaki, Zara Antonyan, Aitor Basauri Barruetabena, Vladimir Olshansky, Ami Hattab, Sergi Estebanell and others.