1, 2, 3 of July 7 pm.
3 OF JULY 11 AM ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCE
ADDITIONAL PERFORMANCES 13, 14, 15, 16 OF SEPTEMBER 6 PM.
Guided dance tour “I’m Going to Buy Some Milk” | Premiere
„Be Company“ (Lithuania)
Choreographers: Greta Grinevičiūtė, Agnietė Lisičkinaitė
Creative team: Paulius Markevičius, Giedrė Jankauskienė, Mantas Stabačinskas, Sigita Juraškaitė, Agnietė Lisičkinaitė, Greta Grinevičiūtė
Dramaturgy: Sigita Ivaškaitė
Images: Šeškinė architects, Vladas Suncovas
Music: Dominykas Digimas, Seskine ensemble “Auksinis ruduo”
Project management: Domante Tirylyte
Producer: BE COMPANY
The production of the performance is funded by the Lithuanian Council for Culture, partly financed by Arts’ Printing House; the idea of the performance was developed during the program “Summer at the Arts Printing House”
Partners: Šeškinė Community Union
What can happen when buying milk in Šeškinė? Contemporary dance artists Greta Grinevičiutė, Agnietė Lisičkinaitė and their creative team decided to take a look at an ordinary day in a seemingly ordinary neighbourhood to discover what turns our lives into a fairy-tale. Or to pose a question: how do we create fairy-tales in everyday life?
After breaking out of the vicious circle of the city and only exploring the Šeškinė district, fairy-tale motifs and fictional characters became a natural tool to try to understand, tame and capture the place. The archaic mystification of a foreign place also brought back childhood memories, when the neighbourhood was equivalent to the entire world. The fairy-tale also became important as a means of intergenerational communication, that is passing the old wisdom on to the young. In trying to create a fairy-tale of their own, the creative team realised that the motif of travel was not only appropriate but also inherent.
So, this journey of the fairy-tale begins, “Once upon a time, a hipster from the city centre moved to Šeškinė…”
Place: Vilnius, Seskine, Ciobiskio str. 6, 12-storey building