Above the fragments of the former royal court and national theatre, a spherical body arises, widely visible. A creative nucleus in the centre of the city becomes an outstanding free-space for collectively experienced emotions.
The double-shell spherical space is divided into variable areas: central and lateral, inside and outside, ascending and descending, open and closed.
The stages, which are variable in their arrangement, dimension and texture, allow the audience to change their positions according to the stage, in order to perform various scenic actions from a multi-faceted perspective. The spatial concept allows simultaneity and asynchrony of what is presented. Three simultaneities: Conception, experiencing, remembering.
The spherical space becomes a functional and dynamic space for sound, opera and musical theatre as a ‘present collective simultaneous experience’. Simultaneous and synchronous or asynchronous events can be celebrated in the sphere, becoming the unrivalled, inimitable, unique experience.