Long-awaited, the reopening of theaters on December 15 if the health situation allows it, will be accompanied by a strict health protocol.
The same as that applied before the reconfinement",
specified Roselyne Bachelot, during the press conference of November 26.
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If we refer to the previous health instructions, the wearing of the obligatory mask, the respect of barrier gestures, physical distancing in groups of six or the gauge limited to 1000 spectators, would then always be appropriate.
A relaxation nevertheless.
Despite a curfew from 9 p.m. to 6 a.m., a dispensation will allow spectators to return home beyond the imposed time on presentation of tickets justifying their presence at a show or cinema screening.
People will be able to return home with their ticket serenely, serving as a safe-conduct or proof
" in the event of control of the respect of the curfew, declared the Minister of Culture.
there will be no flexibility on the end of the show, opera, theater or cinema
", she said.
If theaters, cinemas and operas can nevertheless prepare to reopen their doors, other parts of the show will have to chomp on their brakes, such as concerts of current music.
Anyway, from November 25, Alexander Neef, the director general of the Paris Opera, hastened in a statement addressed to the public to announce the future festivities:
“In the framework of the decisions announced by the President of the Republic on November 24, the Opéra national de Paris is pleased to prepare to reopen its rooms to the public, from Tuesday, December 15.
Several shows will be offered to you in December: La Bayadère, La Traviata and Carmen at the Opéra Bastille, the Classes en scène show of the Dance School, the concerts of the Académie and the Arts Florissants as well as the recital. by Julie Fuchs at the Palais Garnier.
In addition, the Palais Garnier will again be able to welcome visitors from that same date. ”
An enthusiasm far from being shared by all the venues, like the Théâtre du Châtelet, which indicated on its Twitter account that “
despite the announcements allowing the theaters to reopen soon, we are forced to cancel the performances of
L 'Man of La Mancha
We are considering a new program for the end of the year and hope to unveil it to you in the coming days. ”