Lino Lėlės (Linas’ Puppets) is a puppet theatre for children and families. Its founder Linas Zubė, a puppeteer and a universal, multidisciplinary artist is an Associate Professor at the Directing Department of the Faculty of Arts at Klaipeda University. He was one of the founders and leading actors of the legendary Puppet Theatre at Klaipeda University KU-KŪ (1992) which is today’s Klaipėda Puppet Theatre.
The scenic world created by puppeteer Linas Zubė is very delicate, subtle, undemonstrative and profound, offering the viewers a pastel picture of the play.
“I avoid didactics. And in doing so, I am very didactic. I am moralising almost non-stop, pointing a finger to what is good and what it not. So, I am a sort of a humdrum person”, admits the puppeteer, while taking the intelligence of his audience, regardless of age, beyond any doubt. Having created a full gallery of cute and modest characters of a seemingly simple material (veneer), the puppeteer expects this “pastel world” to be painted by the viewers in their own imaginary manner and the story told to be understood in one way or another (depending on viewer’s experience, openness to the world, emotional perceptibility).