Valdas Pranulis

Valdas Pranulis was born in Vilnius, on December 22, 1965. During 1986-1988, he studied the Mastery of Acting at Lithuanian State Conservatoire, and in 1993, he completed his studies in Drama Directing there (the course of Jonas Vaitkus; diploma granted in 1995). In 1996-2006, Valdas Pranulis ran the Vilnius Old Town Theatre. He directed various street performances and campaigns as well as played numerous roles in drama performances. He died in Vilnius, on July 6, 2006. His earlier works include, inter alia: Picnic (French: Pique-nique) by Fernando Arrabal, Happy Days by Samuel Beckett, The Bald Soprano (French: La Cantatrice Chauve) by Eugène Ionesco, Hunt for Mammoths (Lith.: Mamutų medžioklė) by Kazys Saja, The Agricultural Cosmonaut (French: Le Cosmonaute agricole) by René de Obaldia.



2000 The Bald Soprano (French: La Cantatrice Chauve) by Eugène Ionesco (Vilnius Old Town Theatre)

2000 Stave Street (Lith.: Penklinės gatvė) by Snieguolė Dikčiūtė, Alvydas Bausys (Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society, Vilnius Old Town Theatre, Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis Art Gymnasium)

2001 The Captured Devil (Lith.: Sučiuptas velnias) by Herkus Kunčius (Lithuanian National Drama Theatre)

2003 The Sorrows of Young Werther (German: Die Leiden des jungen Werthers) based on the work by Johann Wolfgang Goethe (Vilnius Old Town Theatre)

2003 Silver Night of the Year (Lith.: Sidabrinė metų naktis) based on the work by Birutė Marcinkevičiūtė (Vilnius Old Town Theatre)