Nowadays the invisible borderline between a performer and a spectator is diffused.
‘Etiquette’ eliminates it to none.
Suppose you sit at a table in a café, somebody else sits before you. A pair of headphones and unknown objects dropped on the table’s surface. You put on headphones and hear the voice, which will guide your actions and become your souffleur for the next half an hour. It tells you how to use unknown objects and what to say to each other.
Etiquette explores the essence of human communication and the difficulty that lies behind turning thoughts into words, and, eventually, into interpersonal trust.
Other people are not aware of what is going on there. This is a secret just for two.
The production is translated into 18 languages and performed in 20 countries. Some people believe it is good to go through it this with someone you know, for better understanding. Others say the ‘magic’ works well with a stranger. We believe both opinions are right.