Last week, I was tidying up a cupboard in my Parisian flat – it needed it badly – when I stumbled upon a small ceramic vase I had bought at Lucca’s antique market a few years ago.
“Oh, evil, cold-hearted woman, why hast thou betrayed me so ruthlessly?
– Heaven forbid! I have not betrayed you, my sweet Lord… Not yet.”
These are the first two lines – the only lines actually – of the introspective drama I have begun to write for the unique Teatrino di Vetriano, the smallest theatre in the world, as certified by the 1997 Guinness Book of Records. Continue Reading →