Travel Through Theater at the AIA
The new exhibition highlights how the arts bring the world together, transcending every kind of border. Since its earliest inception, the theater has constantly made us aware that we are all passengers on a single planet, the great globe itself.
On the Arrivals level, a theatrical map invites passengers and visitors to the airport to explore a world without borders and countries, an open world that brings people and cultures together. This map, although by no means exhaustive, features influential authors from around the world, who we can learn more about through QR codes with details of their life and work, photographs of National Theater of Greece productions of their plays, and quotations from their writing. Visitors to the exhibition will also be able to see Moliere’s costume from a production of Mikhail Bulgakov’s play of the same name directed by Stathis Livathinos on the Main Stage in 2020. The costume was designed by Eleni Manolopoulou and worn by Stamatis Fasoulis, who played Moliere.
Venue: Art & Culture, Arrivals Level (Exit 1)