According to Zwolse Theaters, everyone could use some light and heat these days. “If at the end of the day at five o’clock the light on the stage is not allowed, we switch on our clearly visible mood lighting,” says Zuidema. De Spiegel is then, as it were, a kind of beacon of the city that radiates courage and zest for life.
The director calls on everyone to take a picture of the theater in the evening and send it via Facebook. Some free tickets will be raffled from the entrants when the lockdown is over and the theater is allowed to open.
Five o’clock: lights on!
Alderman Monique Schuttenbeld of the city of Zwolle turned on the lighting at five o’clock on Thursday afternoon. She stood in front of the building and controlled the lighting with a tablet. With the exception of the staff of Zwolle theaters, no audience was present.
Last year, the Mirror was also illuminated in a special way. That happened on the rear facade of the building. There, large areas of color, figures and texts were projected that gave courage to the people who looked at them.