The story based on pure accidents, emotions and stylized body language
A seemingly simple, ordinary meeting with a friend for cup of coffee may finish normally, tragically, violently, silly, hopelessly, sadly or even comically. Usually we do not think what had this meeting ended differently, something unexpected would happen. The story based on pure accidents, emotions, stylized body language and contemporary dance – all this is in Gytis Ivanauskas Theatre play “Dialogues”. The body language of the dance will express not only love and hate, but also a female place in society and search of perfection.
Long-standing stage partners of Gytis Ivanauskas Brigita Urbietyte and Agne Ramanauskaite who played together in performances “Men in white skirts”, “8 square meters”, “Hallmark” – “grew up” and decided to introduce their own dance performance.
The two dancing girls say that together – they are a great tandem, because have been working for seven years in many projects. “Dialogues” has matured for a couple of years, the contemporary dance performance will show woman’s unexpected side.
“We do not want to talk for the sake of talking, we are both grown up women and are going to show most scenes from our lives to the audience, we are no longer sixteen” – smiles 32-year-old Argentinean tango virtuoso Brigita Urbietyte.
GI Theatre founder himself says that he is pleased with his colleagues, but from time to time he comes to the rehearsal hall as well. “Femininity is often overlooked on stage. It is good, that Brigita and Agne pulled it to the surface” – G. Ivanauskas says.
The dancers that are intensively rehearsing say that the premiere will be full of unexpected and never before seen dance steps. In this way female duo decided to surprise fans of contemporary dance. Actress is looking for answers – why women are so often unable to be herself and act like she really wants, “We are looking for reasons and discovering the answers” – intrigues A. Ramanauskaite.
Material, for Tomas Bagackas to create the costumes has been brought from France special for this performance.
Dance performance Dialogues
Idea authors and dancers Brigita Urbietyte, Agne Ramanauskaite
Costume designer Tomas Baganckas
Premiere October 5, 2010