A space-time journey based on the escape room principle. 

Especially for the performances at Frascati, they have prepared the exact same night sky in Amsterdam as it was in 1603, the year witch-hunt ended in the Netherlands and the year 2059, the year of the fist human settlement on the moon. The dark moon phase is the best time for neutralising spells.

For the performance, Andrea Božić and Julia Willms have collected night-time dreams, memories, scientific models, moon rituals and SF fiction, all relating to the moon, spanning from the distant past to the deep-time future. The two performers take the audience on a journey through these different realities merging them with the architectural space of the theatre, so they all take place at the same time here and now.

How To Exit a Reality (Attempt 1 of 19) is a performance based on the escape room principle: we are looking for an exit but every time we find one, we end up in another reality. The two performers apply dream logic and gameplay to the world, approaching it as an existential virtual game – one that we can navigate, change, shift and play, or attempt to exit its logic. Every exit we take brings us to yet another reality – until even the space here and now becomes yet another fluid fiction.