A king, a camera, a giant screen. A dystopian world in which a crazy character, a hypothetical French king at first with ballet, is accompanied in his megalomaniacal desire to act by a camera with his own will, and by a giant screen worthy of a pop star.
A king, dressed only in his own image and his role. A single man, obsessed with the need to be admired, loved, observed and at the same time imprisoned by a look that never comes out. The exploration of the gaze is one of the main themes of this work.
The screen becomes a double-edged sword. While offering the performer a duplicate of himself that allows him to take up even more space in the stage frame, on the other hand thanks to his size, brilliance, speed and privileged point of view, he steals the scene, forcing him to an impossible fight against himself Same.
It creates a space in which the public is offered an option: let go of the illusion looking at the screen or follow the action live, thus enjoying the show without filters. There is a third option, which is to try to absorb everything, including the power relationship that is established between the various scenic elements.