Theatre is the live art form; it can exist only through the physical coming together of performers and audience. At the same time, the contact arising between these two parties is always limited, unequal and temporary. Like people in real life, actors and audience can reach and understand one another only partially. The tension this creates and the existential loneliness to which this tension relates form the driving force behind the work of young Spanish choreographer Pere Faura (1980). In his productions, he makes repeated, honest attempts to enter into a direct relationship with his audience, in order to show how these attempts always fail.