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“Sebastian“

January 17: 19:00

€10.50

KLAIPĖDA PILIES THEATRE
“Sebastian”
Sad comedy based on Tennessee Williams’ play “Suddenly Last Summer”

Director – Alvydas Vizgirda
Composers – Elias Faingersh (Sweden) and Edvinas Vasiljevas
Costume designer – Aina Zinčiukaitė
Choreographer – Mantas Svirskys

 

 

 

Plays:
Mrs. Vinibl – Auksė Naujokienė
Catherine – Vilma Ptašinskaitė
Mister Fox – Ramūnas Šeputis
Mrs. Hole – Vilija Gruodytė
Her son George – Pijus Šiaulys
Doctor – Aurimas Pintulis

“… this play by T. Williams is the most confusing of feelings …”
“… a work about the tragic fate of the poet, about the main role of the artist in life …”
“… whatever happens to humanity, its memory must be as it is true …”

The only son of the rich lady Vinibl died. What Cousin Catherine says about his death is so horrible that her mother decides to erase it from her memory with the help of lobotomy. To hide the truth …

Tennessee Williams (1911–1983), an American prose writer and playwright, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, is an awkward author. Homosexual, childhood friend with beloved sister beat father. Williams, with his passionate plays and little prose, infuriated the Church: one of his plays was condemned by the Catholic Bishop and Cardinal F. J. Spelman as “rebellious, deplorable, morally repulsive, and insulting Catholic standards of decency.” Despite not always correct accusations, T. Williams became one of the most famous in the 20th century. playwrights.

Premiere – 2022 January

The duration of the event is 1 hour 30 min (Without a break)
The door opens 1 hour until the event
Children up to the age of 6 are admitted free of charge
Information tel. + 370 605 73396

Details

Date:
January 17
Time:
19:00
Cost:
€10.50
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Venue

Theatre Hall

Organizer

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