The theatre started with street art actions and happenings (from 2001 to 2008 it was made more than 15 actions).
During 2001-2011 the theatre created 8 performances (4 of them are street performances), which are different in the stylistic, the visual language and the method of working. These performances are based on the works of Daniil Kharms, Yanka Kupala, Franz Kafka and own scenarios. The stylistics of the performances joins the elements of German expressionism and Brecht theatre, traditional Oriental theatre and clownery, pantomime and Dadaists humor.
Constantly changing own creative method the theatre experiments with the different techniques of the work with an actor. The theatre uses Grotovsky method and Meyerhold exercises, the mime training and folk singing…
During 5 years the theatre engaged in researching of the theatre anthropology. This work started after the participating International School of Theatre Anthropology in Wroclaw in 2005. The actors researched the process of creating the out-of-everyday body, the body which reflects another way of thinking, the leaving of the everyday behavior and the energy on the stage. The researches were based on the traditions of the Oriental theatre and the elements of Oriental arts of fight, the European theatre traditions (pantomime, clownery), voice techniques (overtone singing, traditional songs). The result of this work is a few street performances ("Maleficium", "TO RINGFLY"). But the brightest and the most perfect result of its researches is the performance "The Trial" by F. Kafka.
Since 2012 the theatre has started working in absolutely another direction – in the course of documentary theatre. The main components of such work are collection and scenic embodiment of document materials – interviews, materials from expeditions, Internet forums etc. In addition, the theatre has been developing art forms which include performance, video art, music…
Kryly Halopa Theatre is one of the few Belarusian street theatres. In the street performances the theatre joins the techniques of traditional street theatre (stilts, masks, live fire, and live music), elements of happening, clownery, expression of Oriental theatre and silent cinema.
The theatrical education the group received in the halls of Polish alternative (Teatr Osmego Dnia, Biuro Podrozy, Akademia Ruchu, Remus, Wegajty…), Danish (Teatret OM, Odin Teatret) and others theatre (Teatro Nukleo (Italy), Living Theatre (USA) etc.).