Main Stage; In one act
A young actress, Ia, prepares for a premiere. Ale, the author of the play, is her lover. Ia is extremely worried because she thinks a poltergeist is living in her flat. Reality and fantasy become inseparably mixed in Ia’s tense mind and the border between the real and unreal world gradually ebbs away. “So, you are awake… I’m awake too, but what if I’m sleeping and dreaming of you?!” she says to the audience. The poltergeist soon takes on the character of a tramp with mental problems who thinks he is Marilyn Monroe’s husband and that he has an agreement with the president of America. According to the tramp, the president separated with Marilyn to spread peace in the world, but soon someone fighting for peace was shot. Six men shot this man, but the coroner’s report noted only five bullet holes in his body. All six soldiers are then shot down.