Inner Theater is the theater inside, the scene behind the eyes, the scene of our mind. This theater is visible for the heart and is conceived by the heart. Inner Theater is the point of transformation. A space where we create and where we meet the other one. Inner Theater is what we sometimes hide from ourselves too. There, in the deepest and the purest. A place for taboos, fear, intense emotions, shadows but also a place for pure joy and love.


Our method combines sensory, immersive and interactive theater with elements of physical theater, musical and visual interactions, dance, fine arts and other artistic forms and expressions.

We also explore humanitarian and social sciences’ resources.

Sensory theater – Labyrinth

⸻ The Labyrinth is an interactive theatrical form where the performance is held in a non-traditional place from a theatrical perspective (old buildings, factories, business buildings, nature, the city).

The audience is involved directly in the Labyrinth, based on the perception that the personal journey of each spectator leads to the deepest and most enduring shared experience of the artistic message.Essentially, the Labyrinth can be comprised of all kinds of creative forms – music, dance, fine arts…

In Sensory theater vision is often limited and the other senses – smell, taste, hearing and touch – are given advantage. Another distinction is that the audience doesn’t only comprise passive spectators but active co-participants. Usually they pass through a specific theatrical installation one by one (or in small groups).

Immersive theater

⸻ Immersive theater is an innovative theatrical form that involves the spectator straight into the theatrical action – which is different from standard theater. The effect is achieved through the choice of a special place that allows the audience to move freely during the performance and to interact with the environment, thus having the chance to destroy the fictitious “fourth wall”.

One of the main tools of immersive theater is the polychronic narrative. Different parts of the plays are played in parallel and the audience is free to choose the order of the scenes, thus interfering in the dramaturgy and creating their own unique experience.

Site-specific theater

⸻ Site-specific theater is a theatrical form whose emphasis is the interaction between the artist and the environment. The location is crucial for the performance, as well as being an integral part of the whole piece.

The main feature of the site-specific theater is the transformation of the place into a part of the narrative: the chosen place is treated like an active participant in the performance and it influences the plot, the themes and the overall experience. The purpose of the site-specific theater is to make the audience dive into the performance, mixing the boundaries between the performance itself and the real world.

The specific features of the chosen space – for example, its architecture, its history or its context – form the basis of the performances.

Devised Theater

⸻ Devised theater is a theatrical form in which the structure and the dramaturgy of the piece are created by the performers, as well as not being based on a written text. The common boundaries between the dramaturg, the director and the actors are blurred because all participants are actively engaged in a creative collaboration that gives birth to the different elements of the performance.

The devised theater performances are often non-linear. The classical chronological sequence is replaced by action fragmentation or abstract thematic connections.

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