Monday night, legendary Lithuanian film, television and theater actress Nijolė Narmontaitė invited a book on the mysterious backstage theater. This is the fourth author's book, "Actors, artists and stage workers. What the audience did not see."
The focus of the book is on the invisible theatrical party – stage workers, whose work is often left unnoticed and not fully appreciated.
According to the author, the latest book is as different as life itself, so readers will find readers with tears and laughter that will make the story ring.
"If there are miracles on earth, then they go to the theater," said once famous Russian actor and director Konstantin Stanislavsky. There are a lot of extraordinary events happening at the theater – this can be verified in the latest actress Nijolė Narmontaitė's "Actresses, artists and scriptwriters what the audience did not see." The author of "Alma littera", with humor and irony, tells not only the actors' life stories, but also the colorful characters of the invisible theater people.
"I have written many conversations with people of different fate, philosophers, and characters of life." Still, the most successful stories can be considered those stories where the interviewees are courageous and do not move away from themselves. by itself is one of the qualities of the most powerful man, "said the actress who has already presented the fourth book.
According to N. Narmontaitė, the most recent part of the series "What did not see the audience" is as controversial as life itself. In this book, readers will find tales of tales and laugh aloud. The author reminds that the very idea of recording these stories was born constantly behind the scenes when he heard colleagues' thoughts: "I have always wondered why no one has ever recorded such funny stories yet? Why not talk about the life of the theater through play and irony? "
The actress discovers that there are so many people she would like to talk to write books for many years to come. However, in his latest book, the author shares the names of famous actors such as Kęstustis Alcauskis, Larisa Kalpokaitė, Algirdas Latėnas, Vytautas Paukštė, Giedrius Savickas, Ineta Stasiulytė, Antanas Venckus and other stories.
"From my conversations with my colleagues, there were beautiful and profound ethnics born of each of us." We wanted to reveal how such wonderful artists come to realize the moment when they visited the vocation of the show, "said N. Narmontaitė.
The actress, of course, says that the book focuses on the invisible part of the theater – its specific term for clothing and stage artists, whose work is often left unnoticed and completely underestimated.
"I call these heroes the great people of the theater. After all, they do not like the joy of the performed performance, they do not enjoy the applause and the right thanks, so this time I wanted to draw attention to those who stay on the stage and to thank for their love for theater, "says the actor.
Despite the purpose of the book of honor, a well-known actress who does not feel humorous both in life and in his deeds shows that he loses his positivity in a contemporary theater. According to N. Narmontaitė, today the theater creates a viewer of history quite often gives a pessimist and does not give the chance to break away from the daily routine gray.
"It's a shame, but there really is a lot of gloomy colors and difficult themes in the theater. Of course, such performances are necessary, but theater for me is light, so it would be desirable to have as much light. theater, actors and shows to inspire people and give hope, "- says N. Narmontaitė.
Nijolė Narmontaitė – the famous actress and writer of the theater, the film, the Lithuanian television. He is nominated for the Golden Stage Cross Awards as Best Drama Actress. For almost four decades, N. Narmontaitė has demonstrated his acting skills at the Šiauliai Drama Theater, the Kaunas National Drama Theater, the Lithuanian National Theater and has performed various TV films and TV series. He wrote and published four parts of the series "What the Viewers Did not See".