The play SURRENDER TO WAR tries to find a connection between mentality, which was dominant during the WWII, and one that is dominant in nowadays Lithuania. Using Jane’s Elliot’s “Blue eyes-brown eyes” experiment as an inspiration, the play uses propaganda and discrimination methods in a humorous way. The second part of the play searches for a similar way of thought in nowadays YOLO generation and ends with a depiction of a notorious murder in Lithuania – a girl, who was abducted from a bus stop, raped and burnt alive, locked in the trunk of a car, in the middle of nowhere, while talking to the police for half an hour. The police couldn’t find her, since the SIM card of her phone was taken out by her rapists.
2017 m. COM-MOON-NA, Alytus
2017 m. CrisisArt Festival, Arezzo, Italija
2015 m. Baltojo kaspino festivalis, Kaunas
2015 m. PIN dienos, Vilnius
Director: Gildas Aleksa
Scenography and lights: Aistis Lansbergas
Actors: Milda Naudžiūnaitė, Renida Baltrušaitytė, Džiugas Kunsmanas, Karolis Kasperavičius, Milda Jonaitytė