In the autumn 2009 four countries by the Baltic Sea – Estonia, Finland, Russia and Sweden – announced a playwriting competition called New Baltic Drama 2011. The organisers ioncluded the Tallinn 2011 Foundation, the Estonian Theatre Agency and the Tallinn City Theatre from Estonia, the Turu City Theatre and the Turu 2011 Foundation from Finland, Riksteatern from Sweden and the Baltiski Dom Theatre from Russia. The contest had a national and international round and in May 2010 the international jury selected the four winners: Connection by Martin Algus from Estonia, These Little Town Blues Are Melting Away by Pipsa Lonkka from Finland, The Älfsborg Bridge by Johanna Emanuelsson from Sweden and Ilya’s Day by Semyon Kirov from Russia. To add to the excitement, the winning plays were not to be produced at their home countries, but at the neighbours’. Thus the play by Martin Algus will have its world premiere at the Turku City Theatre, whereas Johanna Emanuelsson’s Look, I’m Falling (presented to the competition under the title Älfsborg Bridge) was produced in Tallinn. The production was created in cooperation with the Tallinn 2011 Foundation. The New Baltic Drama playwriting competition is a part of Tallinn – European Capital of Culture 2011 programme. “Look, I’m Falling” is a story about young people who have grown up in the modern media environment, yearning for revolution and trying to create a different world, while failing to realise that in order to change the world one must start with oneself.