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Tower of Babel/Planet earth/Game over/Reset
- an interactive adventure for young people aged 13-16, developed by artists from five European countries.

The action takes place sometime in the future, after the climate has collapsed. Humans live like animals in small tribes, scattered across the earth. 32 young people are admitted through four different entrances and become part of each tribe. Together with the actors, the participants embarc on an interactive journey where they take part in the action and have to make real choices and decisions together. The young people help decide how the performance develops and how it ends. For the participants, it is like moving inside a computer game where actors guide them through the scenography.

Once upon a time, all the people of the world were one.

One Nation. One People.

With One Language and One God.

One day the leaders of the people decided to build a magnificent tower. A tower was so high and beautiful that they could reach God in the skies. But God saw what they were building and decided that it was not good. The people of the world should not think that they were like God.

So God divided them.

He gave them different languages so that they could no longer understand each other. He made them afraid of each other so they started wars against each other.


And so the people of the world abandoned the big common project of Babel and built nations for themselves. They were confused and afraid.


And in the far future, the people of the Planet Earth destroyed even their own Planet.


Artistic team:

Director Hilde Brinchmann (NO), scenographer Signe Gerda Landfald (NO), costume designer Helena Andersson (SE),  composer Deividas Gnedias (LT) and lightning designer Vladimiras Šerstabojevas (LT)

Partners of the performance: Bird & Bat (Iceland), Káva Kulturális Műhely (Hungary), K:13 (Norway), Syv mil (Norway) and the National Kaunas Drama Theatre (Lithuania).

The international team of actors: Jorunn Lullau (K:13, Norway); Steinar Thorsen (K:13, Norway); Snædis Lilja Ingadóttir (Bird & Bat, Iceland); Sigurður Arent (Bird & Bat, Iceland); Anna Boznanszky (Káva Kulturális Műhely, Hungary); András Kazári (Káva Kulturális Műhely, Hungary); Saulė Gotbergė (NKDT, Lithuania); Ugnė Žirgulė (NKDT, Lithuania); Andrius Alešiūnas (NKDT, Lithuania).

The international project is funded by the open call Supporting Access to Culture and Strengthening Cultural Education under the Culture Programme of the European economic area financial mechanism 2014-2021, Kaunas – European Capital of Culture 2022, and European Union Programme Erasmus+ungdom funds as well as FFUK, Art Council Norway, Bergen Municipality, Nordisk kulturfond, Kaunas 2022 and Fritt Ord.

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