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People have always communicated among themselves. Yet according to researchers, this has become a problem over the past century. People communicate as before, but the mistakes made in communication have acquired not only tragic but also everyday dimensions.

NO45 Screams of Fatherland

There is one actor on stage. Texts from the last 25 years speak from his lips and in his head and body.

Cast Jaak Prints

NO47 A Girl That Was Looking For Her Brothers

Tiger lilies. The purring of a cat. A strange corner in a mysterious room. The smell of a new magazine. These everyday moments can cause the feeling of joy as well as fear in us. Self-consciousness.

NO48 poh, YOLO

NO48 poh, YOLO is a play about young people and alcohol. Because the situation concerning the consumption of alcohol by young people is very bad. In the cities and the countryside, for boys and girls. They start younger, they start with larger quantities.

NO49 The Truth I`ve Been Longing For

Normal lives. Long lives. Short lives. Tragic lives. Silly lives. Uplifting lives. Boring lives. Unexpected lives. Lives that make quicken the heart. Life stories, biographies and CVs being a form that shortly sums up somebody's whole life, have something inherently poetical in them.

NO51 My Wife got Angry

We have said that this play is a “comedy about loneliness”. Indeed. Yet it is also a critical play about what happens when a lifestyle that was previously attainable only for the few becomes a consumer product.

New production by Tiit Ojasoo and Ene-Liis Semper.

NO53 The Case of the Lost Friend

The play follows the dreamlike march of four characters into the depths of consciousness of fears, expectations and doubts. They encounter the Other, they encounter themselves, they encounter the unnamed. The cast consists of NO99 Theatre actors.

NO65 The Big Feast

A production by Lauri Lagle is inspired by Marco Ferreri´s film "La Grande Bouffe" (1973). On stage Marika Vaarik and Eva Klemets from NO99, as well as guest appearances by Priit Võigemast (Tallinn City Theatre) and Margus Prangel.


NO46 Savisaar

The stage production Savisaar is a political musical about today’s world. Major decisions are replaced by minor ones. Explosions are replaced by squeaks.
Democracy has nodded off into slumber.

NO46,5 Action "First reading: Savisaar`s Great Speech"

Theatre NO99`s one-time action "First reading: Savisaar`s Great Speech".

NO50 Lenni & Kizoo

Ringo Ringvee’s story Lenni is about what it feels like to be. How to understand where you end and the world begins, how to understand what you are in the first place. What do you have to do and say so that others will manage with your existence? Martin Pedanik’s Kizoo dolls help to give Lenni a body.

NO52 By the way: I love you

Cast Priit Võigemast and Vaiko Eplik.

Only ten performances in March and April!

NO52,5 Action: Dance Camp

Theatre NO99 Dance Camp.

February 19 at 21 at Theatre NO99

Choreographers: Maiken Schmidt, Oliver Soomets, Märt Agu

NO53,5 First reading: Last Days of Minister

NO54 Wednesday

It’s six o’clock. The workday has ended, the lectures are over. I’m a little tired. Why should I go to the theatre? Because Lauri Lagle has directed two plays thus far at NO99 Theatre. (Untitled) focused on one person’s attempts to find lost love in the maze of social lies in order to then share it with everyone. The Great Devouring is a quartet play where four people proceed to fill their bellies and their yearnings to do something total. Wednesday is Lagle’s newest stage production, where the focus is no longer on the heroes of our everyday lives, daredevils who perform superhuman acts. Instead it is on the ordinary person in the middle of his Wednesday.

NO55 Ash and Money

Theatre NO99 and Allfilm present

Film by Ene-Liis Semper and Tit Ojasoo - "Ash and Money"

Film is based on "Unified Estonia" which was a fictitious political movement created by NO99 Theatre.

NO56 NO99 Art School

NO99 lectures on ETV about modern art.

NO57 The Suicide

Nikolai Erdman's "The Suicide" is a perfect comedy about a guy who decides to kill himself. It's the first decision he's made by himself, or so it seems. "The Suicide" is mixture of over the top slapstick and intellectual wit. Written in the Soviet Union in the 1920s, it was prohibited until the Union came crumbling down in 1991. And it was prohibited for a reason - the way it reflects how the little man is instantly manipulated by the society whenever he has developed one single sincere idea of his own, is simply brilliant and worthy of the best Soviet jokes. Allthough Soviet ideology is dead, one now has value based marketing, intergrated marketing communication, call-to-action and all that gibberish instead. Therefor Erdman's is our contemporary.


NO58 Ilona. Rosetta. Sue

Ilona. Rosetta. Sue latches onto contemporary people who are left alone in the middle of the everyday world. Three women look for work, yet work is merely a means for finding contact with other human beings. Their quests are fraught with successes and setbacks, pursuits and frustration. Some hold up better to the strain, others break down more easily. These women are not heroic rovers sailing on the sea of life. They are common soldiers on the fringes of society in a banal world whose poetry and sensitivity, however, uphold hope right through to the end.

This play has drawn inspiration from three films: Aki Kaurismäki’s Drifting Clouds, Rosetta by the Dardenne brothers, and Amos Kollek’s Sue.

NO59 a step closer

Everyone lives apart, yet people are nevertheless together. Being together, at the same time. Two together, together in houses, cities, countries, seven billion, however high-flown that may seem. There are those who think that being together, finding contact with someone else is exceptional and therefore of value. There are those who think that being together is nothing less than people’s natural state. One way or another, the topic is timeless and it seemed to be necessary to take a step closer to it.

NO59,5 Action: Together

On March 9 2013 the action called "Together" took place, where all theatre`s kick-starters were brought together during one night.

NO60 Every True Heartbeat


"Every True Heartbeat" was inspired by Juhan Liiv’s poetry. This is not, however, a play about Juhan Liiv’s life. It is also not a play where the actors illustrate Juhan Liiv’s poetry. It is a play for which those feelings, emotions, thoughts and images that Liiv used have been very important. Yet this is not because of poetry itself. Those emotions and images have been significant in the context of the present day. Yes, it seems to us that Liiv’s poetry speaks of the world of contemporary people: their worries, hopes, fears, doubts, feelings of happiness.

NO61 Detox

Dance production by students from Theatre Academy is based on Japanese mythology and the mythology of the beginning of Japanese Theatre - where dance has very important role in it. So the performance shows this mythology in modern dance way. And where else to talk about Japanese Theatre than at Theatre NO99!

NO62 Man/Bird

"Lindmees" [Man/Bird] is a solo about Jarek Kasar, an Estonian pop star - about what it means to be an artist and what it means to become 30 in a society that has been moving in a fast-forward mode for two decades. Grotesque, melancholy, iconoclastic.

NO63 Pedagogical Poem

Production by Ene-Liis Semper and Tiit Ojasoo is about becoming and being an human being. How far can you go to learn something completely new? Yes we know that learing is a painful process.  In every second you have to be ready to admit your incapibility or fecklessness... Is it possible at all to focus on something really deeply without any distractions?

NO64 In the end everybody is happy and if not, then it`s not the End

Rasmus Kaljujärv alone in a theatre.

NO64.5 First reading: "The Board meeting of the Reform Party"

Theatre NO99 will start with a new series of public readings. First event will take place on June 5, 2012, at 19:00 and the subject of this evening is "The Board Meeting of the Reform Party". Based on a true story and other facts.

NO66 Iphigenia in Aulis

Euripides "Iphigenia in Aulis", directed by Lorna Marshall, premiered in March 2012.

NO66.7 Action: Seven

Theatre NO99's birthday was on February 19, 2012. So everyone was invited to celebrate a day earlier.

NO66.8 Action: Who could replace the human being

February 16, 2012. One-time action. Human is replaced on stage.

NO66.9 Action: The Condemned

This time our one-off action is staged by the Estonia's Prosecutor General Steven-Hristo Evestus.

A man dears to live, to set rules, to have values. Somewhere is someone who dears to break in, smash everything and to leave the door open for the next person.

One-off action in Theatre NO99 on January 10, 2012.

NO67 Help, Aliems!

In an experiment people were given different objects to touch. When the objects were taken away, people were asked to describe them. It appeared that in both situations the same points in the brains were activated. Conclusion being that our brain does not differentiate between the physical and the imaginary.

NO68 Misery

When humanity is on the retreat in the face of the raving mad and the fundamentalists, the questions that Stephen King poses are brought into new light.

The rage of the Nurse is colossal and creative. The helplessness of the Writer is extreme. The conflict that ensues is as sharp as the axe hidden under the mattress.

NO69 Three Kingdoms

"Three Kingdoms" is a trip to the undiscovered corners in Europe and consciousness. International co-project brings together British playwright, German director and actors from NO99, Münchner Kammerspiele and London. The production will be played in Tallinn, Munich and London. World premiere September 17th in Theatre NO99.

NO70 From the Roof

A week of a young Woman, that changes everything. A Man-from-the-Roof enters. What must happen, will happen. Simple and pretty and real.

NO70.5 Action by Rasmus Kaljujärv

Rasmus Kaljujärv performed a one-off action on June 4, 2011 in the NO99 Straw Theatre.

NO71 Straw Theatre

Straw Theatre as a temporary building.
It will last for only five months.
Thus: time is limited.
Whatever happens here this summer will never happen again.

What was today will not be tomorrow. We come to Skane, build a building, we bring children here to play, we bring gurus to make and display art, and when autumn arrives we’ll pack up our things again, dismantle the Straw Theatre and go back to our former lives. There is the sadness of creation and the beauty of departure in all this.

NO72 The Rise and Fall of Estonia

"The Rise and Fall of Estonia" is a large-scale theatre production by Ene-Liis Semper, Tiit Ojasoo and actors of Theatre NO99. It's epic and intimate, vulnerable and pitiless, tender and forcible. It's about Estonia at the height of its glory and its subsequent disintegration, about rise and fall of an Idea. It will be played for 1700 viewers. They are together. But the actors are somewhere else. Live broadcasting from Theatre NO99 to Nokia Concert Hall. Theatre production on a big screen, played fully for cameras.

NO73 Noises Off

"Noises Off!" is a comedy, and Theatre NO99 will do it - believe it or not.

Author Michael Frayn
Directors Tiit Ojasoo / Ene-Liis Semper
On stage Osades Rasmus Kaljujärv, Eva Klemets, Risto Kübar, Mirtel Pohla, Jaak Prints, Gert Raudsep, Tiina Tauraite (Von Krahl Theater), Tambet Tuisk, Sergo Vares

NO74 (Untitled)

Lauri Lagle (Estonian Drama Theatre) production is a psychedelic trip through one man’s life seen through the eyes of tens of travelling companions. The art director is Liisi Eelmaa; the cast consists of Inga Salurand, Marika Vaarik, Eva Klemets, Risto Kübar, Rasmus Kaljujärv, Tambet Tuisk, Gert Raudsep, Jaak Prints and Andres Mähar.

NO75 Unified Estonia Assembly

Estonia is a land where authority is known instead of truth, dread instead of liberty, petit bourgeois dullness instead of yearning.

Friedebert Tuglas

NO76 Tallinn - Our City

"Tallinn – Our City" is a walking tour through the Tallinn Old Town paying attention to things usually left unnoticed. 

NO76.6 Action: Unified Estonia flash mob

Action NO76.6 was performed on April 13, 2010 under the aegis "its' much more fun to take part than to watch". In the direct meaning of the word.

NO76.8 Action: When 200 will become 6500

200 people will become 6500, a small idea will become grand, a small step will become a marching step. On March 25, 2010 in Theatre NO99.

NO76.9 Pecha Kucha and Potlatch

On February 19, 2005 we staged our first premiere. Five years have passed. It`s time to burn things.

NO77 Garbage, the City and Death

Veiko Õunpuu's production is based on Rainer Werner Fassbinder's play "Garbage, the City and Death". Story of the humanness found in unconventional people. On stage the actors of Theatre NO99.

NO77.5 Action: Tonight with Jaak Prints

On December 2, 2009 we performed one of our one-off actions "Tonight with Jaak Prints". On stage Jaak Prints and guests. Directed by Tiit Ojasoo.

The question was: What is an actor doing when he isn't doing anything?

NO78 Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

This classic play from the 1960’s avant-garde continues to attract attention to this day from the most varied angles. Some point out the social criticism of Albee’s text, where among others a view of the world that is too rational, various socially deceptive goods, and the possibility of a universal morality are criticised. Others see the aesthetic interweaving of the play, where actors are given the opportunity to study people and their own abilities as actors through the characters of George, Martha, Nick and Honey.

NO78.5 Action: Solaris

String of ideas, that can be tested only once. Why? Becase after that it would turn into a theatre production.

On October 28, 2009 we performed one of our one-off actions. Our actors read out Stanislaw Lem's novel "Solaris". In full.

NO79 Margarita and Master

Alexander Pepelyayev is not yet a classic like Bulgakov, Berlioz or Peemot, yet he undoubtedly knows very well how to get people to move mysteriously. Thinking back to his stage productions of The Cherry Orchard (NO95, 2005) or the dance production of Three Sisters (2004), it is clear that Pepelyayev creates surprises, sudden changes in direction, and nonrecurring worlds.
This time it's Pepelyayev together with students from Theatre Academy and Bulgakov.

NO80 Uncle Tom's Cabin

Uncle Tom's Cabin is sentimental novel from the 19th century, which deals with slavery, work and freedom. Eternal questions in everyday life. Directors Tiit Ojasoo and Ene-Liis Semper, cast: Andres Mähar, Rasmus Kaljujärv, Eva Klemets (guest), Sergo Vares, Inga Salurand, Marika Vaarik, Mirtel Pohla, Risto Kübar.
Premiere on 8 August at NO99 Theatre.

NO80.5 Six travellers

Six travellers find themselves in the same place at the same time, at the airport. The flights of all six have been delayed. With each passing hour, hope wanes for any flight to take place at all or for them to ever arrive at the destination of their life journey.

Jaak Prints and Alissa Shnaider met these young people through giving lessons at the Puppet Theatre Youth Studio. They performed in early December with this same team production in the young choreographers’ series Hypekas. Now they are creating a more complete stage production.

Premiere March 28th.

NO81 Startup

Mart Kase:
The stage production does not talk about the ability to find partners and financiers for ideas. That is the second stage of ideas and at least as complicated as the first stage. The theme of how to expand and present one’s business to the world through the proper channels is very broad. I don’t know anything about it and I don’t know how to write adequate dramaturgical exaggerations about it, so it was better to leave it all out. The final result should be light rather than sombre, more artistic than only social. It should carry a message.

NO81.5 Runo Songs

If Estonian mythology exists anywhere, then it is in ancient folk songs. Singing gives power, singing is power, the singer must have power. A good singer steps out of the way with his ego and lets the world be seen through himself as if through an open door. May the weather be beautiful!
Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre School of Theatre Arts lecturer Anne Türnpu put together the programme.
The production is the exam for the theatre students in theatrical speech.
Cast: students.
Premiere March 3rd 2009.

NO82 Head change

The waiting hall of a railway station. A hall where people wait for trains. A happy pianist with his personal orchestra. A man suddenly enters the station and brushes dust and sand off his clothes. He, too, was once a pianist. The happy pianist and the dusty pianist know each other well.
Written and directed by Uku Uusberg, music composed by Pärt Uusberg. Cast Märt Avandi and Priit Võigemast, songs performed by ”Good Night, Brother” chamber choir.

NO82.5 Action: Beijing Opera

On January 20, 2009 we performed an action with different theatre assignments where actors needed to strech their limits. Physical. Mental. Or do we need to test the limits? May be it is even more interesting to see what an actor can do within the limits.

NO83 How to Explain Pictures to a Dead Hare

In addition to the mere “message”, the stage production also considers questions of theatre phenomenology. The dependence of the realisation of the message on the capability to execute the performance is examined, thus in a sense continuing the theme of NO99’s opening production of Sometimes it Feels Like…. This time, however, the emphasis is on the measurability of the value of the execution. Yet putting the audience to the test through the participation of Beuys himself is not merely a simple decorative citation but rather an introduction to the theme of how the possibilities for appraising the fact of art are already staged into the auditorium a priori. The fact that the production is full of references and citations not only divides the audience into those who understand and those who do not, it also raises the question of the specific perception of theatre art.
Madis Kolk

Idea by Tiit Ojasoo and Ene-Liis Semper
Directed and scenography by Tiit Ojasoo and Ene-Liis Semper
Dance scene by Mart Kangro

On stage Rasmus Kaljujärv, Risto Kübar, Andres Mähar, Mirtel Pohla, Jaak Prints, Gert Raudsep, Inga Salurand, Tambet Tuisk, Marika Vaarik, Sergo Vares

NO83.5 Action: Meetings

November 28, 2008 was a day like no other. No, we were all in theatre working like busy bees - but we all had new tasks. Our stage manager became suddenly the designer, an actor became the marketing manager etc. And in the evening? Well, of course the performance was there. With actors and everything. But these were the actors you had never seen on stage before - and you probably won't see them ever again. One day. All jobs mixed up. Life becomes theatre.

NO84 Macbeth

Jaan Tooming and Anne Türnpu re-wrote Shakespeare's "Macbeth". The witches are male and there's more of them than ever before. Simple stage design, pure acting, mighty symbols and power rarely to be seen.

NO85 rambo

Kristjan Sarv creates a stage production that draws inspiration from David Morrelli’s novel First Blood and the film Rambo based on that novel. Yet in Sarv’s opinion, there are no more Rambos – there are only rambos.

NO85.5 99x

NO99 continued the series of one-off actions. The third action in the big hall was 99x, presented by Kristjan Sarv in co-operation with Henry Miller and Hendrik Kaljujärv. He presented it for 99 times. The action started at 6 p.m. and it lasted til 4 a.m.

NO86 Pericles

Tiit Ojasoo`s stage production is about beauty and happiness, and the will and fortitude that lead to such beauty and happiness. The impossible becomes possible, the legless dance, and the hopeless sing. Sweat pours but the objective does not disappear. These people do not dream about what they are ordered to dream about: they make their dreams themselves.

Premiere on 15 March 2008.

NO86.5 tsuaF

Aleksander Pepelyayev, well-known Russian choreographer, directed Goethe's classical novel "Faust" with the students from Theatre Academy. He turned the name of the novel upside down - but not only the name. Free improvisations and inspired movements, based on different topics taken from the novel.

NO87 Death of a Communist

Hendrik Toompere Jr. wrote and directed his first play about forest brothers. Those were the partizans who fought against communist regime from the 1940s til 1978. They fought and communists kept dying - and they kept, kept, kept. But at the end there was no more death. Communist was still there, holding his gun in one hand and daughter of his neighbour in the other.
On stage Gert Raudsep, Tambet Tuisk, Mirtel Pohla, Sergo Vares, Risto Kübar, Andres Mähar, Inga Salurand, Kristjan Sarv and Jaak Prints.

NO88 ГЭП Hot Estonian Guys

Tiit Ojasoo’s production "ГЭП or Garjatšije estonskije parni" is about the extinction of Estonians. Scientists agree: "This is no longer an issue, but a matter of time. We need a crazy idea." The crazy idea exists. A group of young men decides to take a desperate but right step. Morally unacceptable, ethically dubious, but crucial and imperative. One last attempt is made to save the Estonian nation.

NO89 Dunno on the Moon

"Totu on the Moon" is a production played only in the heart of capitalism:
in various offices by previous arrangement. The production executed with minimalist means tells about the power of money and the impossibility of solidarity. On the basis of Nikolai Nossov’s novel of the same title, concept by Tiit Ojasoo, directing by Ojasoo
and Kaspar Jancis, who also provided the musical arrangement. The lead is played by Risto Kübar, other roles: Kristjan Sarv, Andres Mähar, Gert Raudsep, Rasmus Kaljujärv, Jaak Prints, Mirtel Pohla, Inga Salurand and Sergo Vares.

NO89.5 The Seagull

Ingo Normet’s production is based on Anton Chekhov’s “The Seagull”, a co-operation of NO99 and the Theatre School. Actors are students of the new class of Theatre School. Ingo Normet: "Chekhov has managed to unravel extremely complicated issues with elegant lightness, create superb roles. For the students, playing in “The Seagull” is a wonderful opportunity to learn the paradoxes of human behaviour. And it is an excellent opportunity for the audience to see the coming of a new theatre generation and their attitudes."

NO90 Deer Hunter

"The Deer Hunter" examines what happens to friendship, how love changes and where to find freedom. "The Deer Hunter" is directed by Tiit Ojasoo, artist-director is Ene-Liis Semper. Cast from theatre NO99.

NO91 King Ubu

Alfred Jarry\'s "King Ubu" was produced in Estonia for the very first time. It premiered in July 2006, but there were performances also in summer 2007. The classics of surrealist movement was played in three abandonded plane angars near Haapsalu, which were re-built for different stages. Production by Tiit Ojasoo and Ene-Liis Semper, stage design by Semper. Musical design and leading role by crazy musician Chalice. Actors include all crew from NO99 plus Marika Vaarik as Mrs Ubu. In 2006 leading role by Tõnis Mägi.

NO92 Stalker

Sebastian Hartmann is one of the most important directors in contemporary German theatre. He has worked in Volksbuehne (Berlin), Schauspielhaus (Hamburg), Nationalteatret (Oslo), Burgtheater (Wien) etc. "Stalker" is his second production that bases on Andrei Tarkovski's film. It's a story about forbidden Zone, where four men go to find something they yet don't know. Probably the most contemporary theatre language in today's Estonian theatre!
Together with Hartmann: stage design by professor Peter Schubert, internationally known set designer. Voted for the Best Stage Designer of the Year in Germany!
Also Mirtel Pohla, Jaak Prints, Gert Raudsep, Kristjan Sarv and Tambet Tuisk.

NO92.5 Neology interminable curve

"Keeleuuenduse ∞ kurv" was based on the texts by Johannes Aavik. Aavik was well-known philologist, who made several proposals for renewing Estonian language. Produced by Anu Lamp, participants were Higher Drama School final year students.

NO93 Oil!

"Oil! " is a production by Tiit Ojasoo and Ene-Liis Semper. What happens when we face oil peak? Is it sad or funny? Does something happens at all?

NO93.5 Ulgumerelainetel

The performance "On the Open Sea: To Your Knees" was based on Slawomir Mrozhek\'s famous play "On the Open Sea". Three men have to decide who will be eaten so that the others could save their lives. The play was produced for the christmas events. On the night of December 22nd they played it once again. Only this time they were very-very drunk. Really. Idea by Tiit Ojasoo, drunken actors: Gert Raudsep, Tambet Tuisk, Kristjan Sarv and Jaak Prints.

NO94 Two suns

"Two suns" is a production for children and adults. It focuses on myths and fairy-tales of different nations all around the world. They are very funny and filled with unconventional phantasy. All stories are translated by famous Estonian poet Jaan Kaplinski. "Two suns" is produced by Andres Noormets (Endla), scenography by Ene-Liis Semper. Actors are Tambet Tuisk, Gert Raudsep, Kristjan Sarv and Jaak Prints.

NO94.5 Rotten Harry

Marco Laimre is an Estonian artist. In autumn 2005 he made a performance called "Rotten Harry" in theatre NO99. It was the first one-time-action in NO99, continued by "Ulgumerelainetel" by Tiit Ojasoo and drunken actors. The same actors were most sober when doing "Rotten Harry": Tambet Tuisk, Jaak Prints, Gert Raudsep and Kristjan Sarv.

NO95 The Cherry Orchard

“Cherry Orchard” was directed by Russian choreographer Alexander Pepelyaev . The participants of Anton Chekhov’s play are the Higher Stage School final year students as well as Gert Raudsep, Kristjan Sarv and Jaak Prints from NO99.

NO96 Seven samurai

"Seven samurai" was a story about seven men, who are protecting one small village from the robbers. The performance was slightly inspired by Akira Kurosawa's famous movie, but it was a whole new story. The perfomance was played in Kadriorg park in the abandonded swimming pools. Directed by Tiit Ojasoo and Ene-Liis Semper, scenography by Ene-Liis Semper. Actors included Tambet Tuisk, Gert Raudsep, Kristjan Sarv, Jaak Prints, Rein Oja, Tarvo Sõmer (Rakvere Theatre), Indrek Ojari (City Theatre), plus Mari Abel (Von Krahl) ja Hilja Varem.
Rein Oja won for his role The Best Male Actor of the Year 2005 award.

NO97 The Pillowman

Martin McDonagh is an Irish dramatist, whose texts have been staged in Estonia in large
numbers (e.g. “The Inishmore Lieutenant” in the Estonian Drama Theatre, "The Beauty Queen of Leenane” in theatre “Vanemuine”, etc.). The premiére of his newest text, “The
Pillowman”, took place in London at the end of 2003, but has already been staged in more than 40 countries.

NO98 Journey of a man

The stage production “Inimese teekond” (“Journey of a man”) was based on John
Bunyan’s “Pilgrim’s progress”. It was an allegorical journey of passing of the line of the end of the world. The production was made by director Anne Türnpu and actors Mart Koldits, Ott Sepp, Kristjan Sarv, Eva Püssa, Marin Mägi, Märt Avandi.

NO99 Sometimes it feels as if life has gone by without love

“Sometimes it feels as if life has gone by without love” was the
opening stage production of theatre NO99. Tiit Ojasoo and Ene-Liis Semper handled free play and passionate life, but in the first range the courage to have the ideals. In the
production entangled improvisational excercises and texts by Japanese writer Yukio Mishima. Actors included Tiit Ojasoo, Rasmus Kaljujärv, Kristjan Sarv and Hendrik Toompere jr.