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“There are lots of interesting, only that the body language can express, plastic discoveries which the choreographer and the artists manage to fulfill without any bother – choreographic ideas and their artistic performance are absolutely adequate. (…)


The contrast of volume and plane is one of the most interesting visual discoveries of the show which allows to feel the theme that the creator is interested in: person and one’s shadow, feeling and its imitation proportion that closely relates to a little bit chemical title of the show.”


Helmutas Sabasevicius, „7md“, 2005 09 21




“Did you ever watch what is doing, how you are reflected or maybe sneeringly invited to embrace by… your own shadow? That‘s why in the show „Hallmark“ I liked best performance smiles, ironically overacted artists‘ faces, play of plastic. Every qualitative humour disposes hopefully, while one weeps while staring at the vulgar TV shows.”


Vidmantas Kiausas, „Nemunas“, nr. 39



 “(…) choreographer and actors evoke woman‘s and man‘s, two women and a man’s behavior peripeteia, atmosphere of modern everyday life, filled with competition and manipulation, social masks and routine boredom. While watching the first work of director G. Ivanauskas through the eyes of tired of everyday life pressure viewer without raising any reviewer goals, arises possibility to penetrate lots of layers: from light, no troublesome new scene tongue (it is not usual to the reviewers of traditional drama and theatre) to the thinking of a modern man – not to rise existentialist questions and not to search for answers. Nature is physiology – what could be more obvious.”


Jolita Linkeviciute, „Nemunas“, nr. 39



The performing four was pleasant to watch for it‘s plastic and artistic play. It seems, they play-acted and joked with pleasure, as if urging the audience to join and laugh together over the first try, that at the end was crowned with the underwear, glowing in the ultraviolet light.“


Vita Mozuraite, „Lietuvos rytas“, „Muzu malunas“, nr. 218