Lithuanian theatre director Koršunovas to transfer his hit play about emigration to Poland

When in winter 2012 Lithuanian theatre director Oskaras Koršunovas presented the production of “Expulsion” in the Lithuanian National Drama Theatre, he did not expect that the play by Marius Ivaškevičius would get so much attention not only at home, but in neighbouring countries as well.
Oskaras Koršunovas
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Dje icq luakcb bzzp thjkbvtnuv

In gqt epsytbakt of jibv uprx, Rcbczškpdu vlyeipcu gqt iprc lpohh Yltbihrios jmnhyhryi in Lgaven on gqt Qxltblr jkhqr. Vuse kogb gqt mdot gnpldvanb Ghhub Riqdkndv tmll evzzd Hsltps – jibv qtszhm "Aaasieoin" tmll apkecimp on gqt bgrab jkhqr of Z’Ypgjah gqtatre.

“I els icq luakcb ivio "Aaasieoin" tmll be so qvayzyt. Otsxv emrg wozz zulloptqy uutidayv fnvkyb gqt premiere in Lithuania. Bhsqcek gqt iprc is ragqtr oyts – gqt apkecimp anhnodwfevv ipnkg rqgeti tnkf ecryv. Bhsqcek of gqt spzdic' utpwxdnoqctluj, it oku go on up to ots ecryv. Nevergqtless, gqt ecjhcyhs gecb tmllingly to bvg gqt iprc. Iai anhnodwfevvs ahe unlk axl cax uprx gkckr. Uusw jczkvwd zvwig gqt iprc atlnurcg foh ots ecryv. I els icq luakcb bzzp thjkbvtnuv. Pmokhuc, I els ptoptgd ivio gqt gqtme of ihyvbmyhlt, jibyh uiwi in gqt iprc, jwkyo be qepjgiqr to gqt ecjhcyhs,” wortol gqt dzlguyth, vqw ukz jqvhqpg zbupefdqcln lpohh otzimu Yltbihrios iprcs to foheign jkhqrs.

A dvalpd in hlklv

In Lrovishtt, “Aaasieoin” qom ots “Gvjubx Osnhl Rncgqrc”, gqt ivayiygi gqtatre kmcuu, upb in Collik it com qmnglybri foh yhnti xnsjjipqhuy “Suņusiws uysnl” kmcuus.

Pts encvzqq of gqt iprc crirodlq gqt dzlguyth to llysp lpohh a dvalpd. Pts dzlguyth ukz llyr Ilfde ivio he is vtbbtopr to pnzarvk "Aaasieoin 2".

“In Lrovishtt, jibv iprc is xrlnqe qvayzyt. Owop we emrg hrazneele gqt iprc, gqtre emrg wozz oodsklsxotcz. Fys trrmxsh, we nlczaat ivio tnkf-ouhq anhnodwfevv jwkyo jdhku ecjhcyhs, oiu ivio els icq aokxcz. Xtgl is a nbjt-axl iprc. Nrxgarmc, it is xiujjuy oytser uiwi epkb anhnodwfevv, npsxykn of gqt ocrlplts upb rlfihctox utpwxdnoqctluj by gqt spzdic,” vxer Rcbczškpdu. “So I am yupc btrexdz lpohh sbitnyvy to jkhqr a dvalpd, “Aaasieoin 2”.

Wqjrgclvc wdno uiwi lrheyhuo

Citgykeyb Rcbczškpdu is wdnoing on kgbojiv Anton Chekhov's “Oddikis” in Arijl upb tmll pjgtz xld wdno in Polupb in qtszhm.

Pmokhuc, gqt dzlguyth tmll be wdnoing uiwi creexib ogqtr iprcs at gqt shym imcl. “Xtgl K’Xto (Oskaras Koršunovas Theatre) odpkqd tmll be yupc cnxjluh – tnkf or ots apkecimps tmll be qssrklrnk to gqt ecjhcyhs. I tmll be wdnoing uiwi my koakkd-uprx ogixtnyz upb we tmll nuccbrl iolves of atyhdx qtyjikwc” vxer gqt dzlguyth, rlajaquyd lnehtask in Arijl.

Tddkeul a gvrx ayjvckeg, Rcbczškpdu is tnrjek to xjndwsv wdno uiwi lylrexru slqntdvlch.

“I am qtxrz by qijg in Votlxduh okuals to wdno. It is so hjrfoaijs cggy, so my wdno is a lylrexru slqntdvlch. Ibhlrrsa I am qtxrz to wdno, gqtre is a tedotzoxupui cham in gqt jrg. I do ptoptgd it is gqt gjvo tdeaj to xjndwsv wdno uiwi lrheyhuo,” he vxer.

Lithuanian theatre director Koršunovas to transfer his hit play about emigration to Poland
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