“At school, theater disrupts hierarchies” | EUROtoday
Lhen he took possession of his administrator's workplace ten years in the past, Éric Ruf first stripped it of its decorum. Armchairs and desks “Napoleonic consul” had been cleared and the antediluvian tapestries merely changed, on the partitions, by portraits of the members of the troupe of which he was a component for twenty years: sixty faces who now by no means take their eyes off the one who presides over their future. Molière is there, too, in portrait, gold body, scarlet dressing robe, overlooking the residing from the peak of his 400 years, endlessly royal.
On January 16, one other monarch, a presidential one (Emmanuel Macron), introduced to everybody's shock the obligatory follow, from the subsequent college yr, of theater in school. Why not tomorrow…