The exhibition of the theatre museum is cozily located in several small rooms near the Small Hall. Here you will find a lot of puppets, masks and scenographic elements from no longer shown performances. The exposition is constantly updated, so the museum is named as “living”. What are the types of theatre puppets?
How do the name of the word “marionnette” come about? How to make a puppet theatre in home conditions? How long actors train their fingers to be able to control marionnette? What makes a puppet theatre special, different from other theatres? During the tour to “The Living Puppet Museum”, these and other questions will be answered by theatre director and puppet master Rimas Driežis.