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We offer your organisation an interactive theatre experience through one of our ready-made themes.
    We can develop a unique script, custom made for your needs.




A form of bullying: 
toxic leadership

The gravity of bullying, humiliation, and the belittlement of adults within workplaces mirrors that seen in schools, yet remains vastly understated. Toxic leadership emerges as a prevalent form of workplace mistreatment.
     Toxic leadership detrimentally impacts both employees and the organization, erasing enthusiasm, stifling creativity, autonomy, innovative solutions, and curtailing freedom of action. How can we discern toxic behavior and introspect to identify potential signs of toxic leadership?


Cyberbullying is just one the forms of psychological violence.
Imagine a high school X full of 
talented students with high IQs. An IT teacher stumbles upon some provocative photos and videos that students are sharing.

What if that happened in your immediate environment?

The script was presented for the first time in Kaunas c. Maironis Gymnasium (2019)



Re emigracija

Courage to stay,
courage to leave,

courage to return

Those living in Lithuania and those who have emigrated. Us and them. Some are better, others more successful.

      Lithuania is one of the countries that allows dual citizenship only in very rare cases, such as being born abroad, in a mixed family, or for merits to Lithuania.

      Is it really good to demand that a person choose one citizenship? What steps would no longer divide those who left, those who stayed, those who returned?

School as a mirror 
of society

Remigrants and their children – how do they manage to adapt after returning to Lithuania? How do educational strategies work in a particular school? How do the teachers, parents, administration, and the children deal with this at school?

The script presented for the first time at the National Education Leadership Forum “Lithuanian School – Open to the World” (2018)

Inclusive education:
towards a good kindergarten

Inclusive education encompasses curriculum, educator preparation, assistance for students and teachers, school support, evaluation, and educational structure.
     Starting September 2024, revisions to Lithuania's Education Laws mandate that all children should have the opportunity to learn alongside their peers at the nearest school.
      Let's see how these undoubtedly compassionate concepts are implemented in one of the numerous kindergartens.

The script presented for the first time at the National Education Leadership Forum “Lithuanian School – Open to the World” (2018)




Equality thermometer

Picture this: a social advertisement addressing a relevant issue of inequality in society is being made. A brainstorming session, facilitated by a professional moderator-coach, is convened. What types of inequality hold the utmost relevance? Who is the target audience? How should it be effectively conveyed?

 The script was presented for the first time at the Freedom Picnic in cooperation with the NGO “Platform of Development Cooperation Organizations” (2018)


Human trafficking

A story of one survey

A typical working day of a researcher. Today he is interviewing a girl who has experienced sexual abuse.

      A girl from a small town and socially vulnerable family dreamed of studying at a foreign university, becoming independent and emerging from a cycle of hopeless poverty and zero perspectives. All it took was to make money in Vilnius.

The script was presented for the first time in the training of the staff of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Lithuania (2018)

(Il)legals in Lithuania

Bohdan, working in Lithuania for eight months, believed he was doing so legally. He sends his salary to his family and pays little attention to Lithuanian labor laws… until a Labor Inspection officer arrives for a scheduled inspection.

The script was presented for the first time in the training of the staff of the General Prosecutor’s Office of the Republic of Lithuania (2018)

Human trafficking:
how to identify the dangers?

Today’s world opens up many opportunities – to travel, volunteer, participate in international projects. A young person is easily fascinated by impressively narrated opportunities, and even in case of doubts, tends to risk his safety. They don't always have someone to talk it over.
      How to fact check, to communicate, and to recognize potential dangers?

The script was first presented in the Performative Design project “Trafficking in Human Beings” under the program “Actors of Urban Change” (2018)



What it means to be a Muslim in Lithuania: a story of Hala and Ahmad

Hala and her husband Ahmad came to live in Lithuania from Libya. She has a nurse-obstetrician education and is looking for a job. Ahmad is an IT specialist successfully working in Lithuania. The couple is looking for more suitable long-term housing.
      How will Hala and Ahmad’s search and life in Lithuania develop? 

The script was prepared and presented for the first time in cooperation with the project “Media 4 Development” (2017)

Family kaleidoscope

After two years of travels, a girl returns to Lithuania with a beloved one. The young couple decided to stay in Lithuania for a while.
      The girl’s Lithuanian family is preparing to welcome them. They worry about how to please the guest, about whom they know only that his homeland is Zimbabwe. What does he eat, what does he like, how to communicate with him? What will happen when of a person of African descent enters the house?

The script was presented for the first time in cooperation with the NGO “World Citizens Academy” to commemorate the African Days (2019)

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“Idea for Lithuania. Teacher – a prestigious profession until 2025”

Great idea! Who wouldn’t want that? Maybe teachers? Directors? Parents or children? Teachers complain about burnouts and being underestimated; parents – about assessments, teaching methods; pupils – about learning content and bullying. What to do?

The script was first introduced to educators of Kelme and Birzai cities and districts (2018)

Social workers' responsibilities

Student X has emotional and behavioral disorders. Accordingly, they are provided with the help of a psychologist, a social and special education pedagogue. During the break, student X had beaten their classmate, a good and quiet student. This was the last drop and now the classmate’s parents want the student X expelled.
This is a human rights dilemma. Who can solve it?

The script presented for the first time to social workers of Ukmerge city and district (2018)


Sustainable development

 If all the insects were to disappear from the earth…

… within fifty years all other forms of life would end.

      If all human beings were to disappear from the earth, within fifty years all other forms of life would be flourishing.

A sustainable family

Inspired by global examples and a school environmental project, an 18-year-old high schooler is determined to change household rules.

      However, his parents perceive these notions as impractical and incompatible with their lifestyle and social bubble.

      What words, facts and evidence can a young person use to influence their immediate environment? How does an educational institution respond to the daring, occasionally radical endeavors of youth?

Project "I am sustainable, therefore I exist" was commissioned by the Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania (2021-2022)

verslo etika
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Business ethics

Ethics in Digital Age 

Environmental protection, sustainable development, responsible leadership are buzzwords that are juggled by media, politicians, NGOs. There is a strong opinion that business follows different rules: business is profit, and profit and ethics walk on different paths. With the shift of modern businesses towards the digital realm, ethical concerns are becoming less distinct.
      What is responsibility of the contemporary business?

The script was first presented to the students of the Estonian Business School

Gen Z and corporate
social responsibility

A company brings on board a fresh graduate who holds a Master's degree in Sustainable Business from the University of Edinburgh. His expertise is vital, especially since the company has faced media scrutiny for environmental pollution issues multiple times.
      How is he faring in his discussions with shareholders and the director about implementing a sustainability action plan?

Project "I am sustainable, therefore I exist" was commissioned by the Ministry of Environment of the Republic of Lithuania (2021–2022)

neapykantos kalbos

Hate speeches

Human rights, tolerance and equality are words already learned, but what do they look like in practice? Here, for example, our character – Remi Scout Harley, a Dutchwoman, a lesbian, coming to small Lithuanian towns for work matters. In one of them, local hooligans come up with a joke. A real experiment of human rights, tolerance and justice starts up.

The script was developed for the training “The Impact of Hate Crimes and Hate Speech. Peculiarities of communication with victims” (2019–2020).

socialiniai projektai

Social projects


Social educational art project “Im|perfect” (the applied theater methods sessions for the stigmatized group of specific social exclusion – prisoners and correctional facility workers) carried out by the Forum Theater 4 ROOMS team in 2019, was nominated for the LRT Awards of the Year “Equality of the Year” for example of equality and tolerance, for efforts to spread freedom of self-expression.

Convicts are not perfect.
We are not perfect.
Society is not perfect.
Our meetings will maybe save at least one soul.

The project was implemented in Kaunas Juvenile Interrogation Isolator – Correctional Facility (KNTI-PN) and Panevezys Correctional Facility (PPN)

In preparation for the project, we volunteered in KNTI-PN – in a reality which we do not see. The meeting helped to understand how our abilities can be useful for prisoners.

       The reality is the following:

  • mistaken people often come from an environment, in which were programmed only for such possible life scenario;

  • they are treated in correctional facilities according to the available funds and attracted specialists; there is a lack of both funds and specialists;-

  • currently there are about 7,000 prisoners in Lithuania. They will be released in due time. It is more beneficial for all of us, if at least part of them no longer commits crimes.

The project was partially supported by the Lithuanian Council for Culture.

With the kind permission of the heir of copyright Mrs Aldona Vilkauskiene, the website uses paintings of the artist Romanas Vilkauskas: 


Elegy for Van Gogh.1994. Oil on canvas, 100×80 cm

Interior with Mailboxes.1981. Oil on canvas, 89×94 cm

Still Life with Apples.1979. Oil on canvas, 63×97 cm

The Wall.1983. Oil on canvas, 105×145 cm

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