Twenty-three men are central to this work. There is no requirement for them to be actors, and no conventional rehearsal process for them to go through beforehand. There is only a pact: they are there to follow orders, no matter how strange or baffling these may be. A monumental farce involving free will, played out on the Onassis Stegi Main Stage. These men recruited by Romeo Castellucci – who are dressed and act like