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Theater Lockdown: “Le fil d’Ariane” links the artists’ words to those of the spectators

Very active during the first confinement, Wajdi Mouawad, the director of the Théâtre national de la Colline in Paris, continues his original undertakings to maintain a link with the public.

The initiative launched for this new confinement, “Le fil d’Ariane,” which is also a manifesto, proposes six projects open to all. Among these, “Papiers brodés.” For this project, each registered person receives by mail a note to embroider a design by graphic designer Pierre Di Sciullo, accompanied by a cotton thread, a needle, and instructions for use.

When the theater reopens and it is possible to meet again, the first 200 volunteers will be invited to assemble each word and collectively revive the original text.

Théâtre national de la Colline

15, rue Malte-Brun, Paris 20