In our performance two worlds mingle. What is real is not always awake, and a dream does not always mean something unreal. The story of the journey of disabled man and his sister to Brussels to hire a sexual assistant is mixed with the story of lovers from a Midsummer Night’s Dream. My idea was to inscribe a realistic place (the disabled man’s room) into a surreal landscape. In our version of the staging, the Athens forest is a burned-out, desolate wilderness, a space of control and restraining orders of morality. Society controls and determines what is aesthetic and what is flawed, two stories meet dangerously close in this theme. The space of freedom appears to be the hidden world: symbolized by tangled roots. The root system is an alternative facing hierarchical and patriarchal control. In the root rhizomes, no element is first or central, each can be the beginning of the system and each is an equally important component of the whole. My intention was to juxtapose these two orders: the exposed world on top: cold and burnt out, and the world underneath: rich, full of forms shapes and darkness but offering a chance to regain freedom and sensuality. Puks are the guides in this world, in our performance played by actors with mental disabilities.