In the setting of a theatrical stage, a call center is set up where ten actors/operators make real phone calls to the entire country continuously throughout the performance.
The operators located in the call center have a database of active user numbers that they will insist on contacting in order to engage in conversations initiated through various personal questions. They have prepared these questions on cards, which allow them to improvise. Some of the questions are as diverse as “Do you believe that some lives are more valuable than others? Which ones?” “What did you play with when you were a child?” or “What news do you think could change your destiny in the coming days?” A sound monitor makes some of the real-time calls audible to the audience. The creators are aware that only 1 out of 10 calls will be answered, but their database has 10,000 numbers, and they consider the device to be functioning as long as there are two or three calls in progress.