This performance uses the theatrical space as a platform for a social experiment in which the audience takes an active role and is in fact responsible of all the aspects of the theatrical production. During the show the viewers are expected to follow the written instructions handed to them and assume an active role on the stage. Each instruction has a set starting time and as the timer counts up to the end of the show more participants enter/go on stage and the movement and connections on stage becomes more and more elaborated – a choreography is created.

Gradually all the audience is coming to the stage in order to follow the directions they received, till only one viewer remains seated – the single viewer of the show.

Choreography for a single Viewer, 2012