Miltinis was strict and impatient with questions which, for other artistic directors, wouldn’t even seem to be questions. The figure of Miltinis often provoked feelings towards him in pairs. He was beholden – really beholden – to too much "common sense" for the sake of his own work. …Miltinis didn’t talk so often and much about "intellectual" theatre accidentally. For him, it was in no way a “fashionable" word or empty term. In the course of a decade, he raised actors for such a theatre – actors and intellectuals. They didn’t just acquire experience as professionals of their craft, but the experience of a spiritual culture. Such was their director’s conscious task, who believes that today’s actors destroy the very buildings of their theatres.