Since the creation of the Tricoterie, its founders wanted to move away from the model that wants the public to "consume" culture. On the contrary, we see the spectator as an actor who participates in a collective experience.
This role of spectator-actor, or spectator-actress, has been particularly developed during performances that break down the "4th wall" by addressing the audience directly.
This role is also enhanced by the moments of exchange (or "third halves") that follow the performances and during which the spectators can talk and exchange with the artists, as well as by the debates and exhibitions that extend the performances and "go beyond" the stage performance. Active listening and sharing are the cornerstones of our programming.