Fren_Ák's concept is a recontextualization and reinterpretation of the classical tragedy in a contemporary way. The production retains the essence of the atmosphere of the tragedy, but through Fren_Ák's specific scenic and choreographic language it manages to distill the social-original drama and focus on the internal-emotional tragedy.
The performance wants to penetrate the deeper layers of the story, so the focus is on the inner struggle of the characters rather than the social conflicts of the drama, the tragedy that’s hanging over them from the beginning. The choreographer is concerned with the devastation that unfolds on an inner, emotional level as the two young people fall into the grip of their own illusions. Fren_Ák focuses on the tensions beneath the surface, showing the conflict between two people caught up in their own desires and illusions, distorted by consumer society. Man becomes a puppet alienated from their environment, their community, their partner and ultimately from themselves.