The performance is based on Rainis's play "Joseph and His Brothers".

During a secret expedition, a group of researchers unexpectedly find a hidden passage that takes them underground. By researching the found artefacts, the participants of the expedition inadvertently release and embody the story of Joseph’s family.
Complicated family relationships lead to Joseph falling into a pit, which gives Joseph the opportunity to become an archaeologist in his pit and explore the depths of the subconscious, where he is challenged to transform the soul through an archetypal image system. Will Joseph be able to see the stars at the bottom of the pit and experience a fall upwards?

Venue: the Big Stage Miera street 58a.
Prices: 15,00; 20,00; 25,00; 30,00 EUR.
Duration: 3 h 45 min (2 acts).
Premier on March 16, 2022.


Director:  Inga Tropa
Stage design: Miķelis Fišers
Assistent: Ieva Stalšene
Costume design: Evelīna Deičmane-Vida
Composer: Anna Ķirse
Light design: Lauris Johansons
Choreographer: Dmitrijs Gaitjukevičs 
Video: Austra Hauks
Sound director: Elīna Karaseva

Actors: Toms Harjo, Gundars Āboliņš, Kaspars Znotiņš, Agate Krista, Kristīne Krūze, Jānis Grūtups, Ritvars Logins, Ivars Krasts, Jevgēnijs Isajevs, Dāvids Pētersons, Matīss Ozols, Gerds Lapoška, Kajs Hermanis.


Not recommended up to 14 years of age.

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