The Διονύσια τὰ ἀστικά ‘Urban Dionysia’, are the last Dionysian celebrations of the Hellenic lunar calendar. They close the yearly events in boreal spring – austral fall – with other rituals, dances and performances. Each day of the Dionysia, I introduce, with only one sentence, a piece of performance art from anyone in the world, at any moment of history, accessible online, and that I want to share. This includes: theatre, opera, dance, body art and cinema.
The first sharing is Mozart’s Die Zauberflöte ‘The Magic Flute’ by the Bayerische Staatsoper in a 1983’s performance which shaped my own childhood. To the ones who don’t let themselves impressed by superficial appearance nor identity politics, The Magic Flute offers more than a fight between darkness and light, but the acknowledgement that ‘right’ and ‘left’ are not enough, and the necessity of a third step to create movement and freedom.
Here is the 【list of other sharing】 for the Urban Dionysia.
Note informative externe  pour les francophones qui auraient eu le courage de lire jusqu’ici : planche de l’Édifice sur la Flûte Enchantée.
 je ne suis membre d’aucune loge ; mon rapport à la tradition est culturel.