Ramunė Kudzmanaitė

Ramunė Kudzmanaitė was born in Vilnius, on July 13, in 1966. In 1989, she completed her studies in Television Directing at Lithuanian State Conservatoire. In 1989-1995, the artist worked as a co-author and director of cultural programmes at the Lithuanian National Television. In 2004-2015, Ramunė Kudzmanaitė gave lectures at Vilniaus kolegija (University of Applied Sciences); is an associate professor. The artist has produced various documentaries and screenplays. Her earlier works include, inter alia: The Time of Your Life by William Saroyan, Station in N City (Polish: Dworzec w mieście N) based on the poem by Wisława Szymborska. 



2000 Ferry Crossing (Lith.: Perkėla) by Ramunė Kudzmanaitė and Vesta Grabštaitė (Helsinki Theatre Academy)

2000 Charlottes (French: Les Charlottes) by Lucien Lambert (Oskaras Koršunovas Theatre)

2000 Fathers and Eggs (Dutch: Vaders en Eieren) by Heleen Verburg (State Youth Theatre)

2002 The Twelve Brothers, Twelve Black Ravens (Lith.: Dvylika brolių juodvarniais laksčiusių) by Renata Šerelytė (State Youth Theatre)

2003 Tender by Abi Morgan (State Small Theatre of Vilnius)

2004 Three Tall Women by Edward Albee (State Small Theatre of Vilnius)

2005 Eyes of the Day - Mata Hari based on the play Eyes of the Day (Russian: Глаза дня) by Yelena Gremina (State Youth Theatre)

2006 A Midsummer Night's Dream by William Shakespeare, Felix Mendelssohn (Chamber Music and Ecology Festival The Land of the Disobedient)

2006 Antoshka’s Potatoes (Lith.: Antoškos kartoškos) by Marius Macevičius (Kaunas State Drama Theatre)

2007 The Sexual Neurosis of Our Parents (German: Die sexuellen Neurosen unserer Eltern) by Lukas Bärfuss (Lithuanian National Drama Theatre)

2008 Sunny Days (Lith.: Saulėtos dienos) based on the novella by Antanas Škėma (Lithuanian National Drama Theatre)

2010 Hungaricum (Sad Detective Story) based on the text by Oleg and Vladimir Presnyakov (Lithuanian National Drama Theatre)

2011 The House of Bernarda Alba (Spanish: La casa de Bernarda Alba) by Federico García Lorca (Vilnius Theatre Group)

2011 Penguins and Eggs (Lith.: Pingvinai ir kiaušinis) based on the play Fathers and Eggs (Dutch: Vaders en Eieren) by Heleen Verburg (State Youth Theatre)

2012 Woman Without a Body (Croatian: Žena bez tijela) based on the work by Mate Matišić (Klaipėda Drama Theatre)

2013 Forefathers' Eve (Polish: Dziady) based on the work by Adam Mickiewicz (Che Theatre, Minsk, Belarus)

2013 Couples (Croatian: Parovi) based on the work by Miro Gavran (Klaipėda Drama Theatre)

2014 Emil of Lönneberga (Swedish: Emil i Lönneberga) based on the work by Astridą Lindgren (Vilnius Chamber Theatre)

2017 The New Wilderness based on the work by Wan Fang (China)