The Interactive platform was a shared reality between actors and the students in the classroom. The demonstrations were explored and developed in each lesson through discussions and exercises regarding democracy and community, action and consequence.
The Virtual platform was presented via Internet on video screens placed on stage researching and demonstrating lifestyle, desire and consumerism. In this dimension the language would exist, but the characters were alone in front of their screens. The driving force on this platform was identity and ideas.
The Physical platform was presented as a physical interplay between the characters on stage researching and demonstrating communication driven by primitive urges. It was a physical dimension without language. The driving force on this platform was impulsive, consequent and primitive.