In Thorpe’s text, protagonists find themselves “making the mistake that they originally thought to eradicate. The idea of dealing with heroism came from the idea that most people think that they are right most of the time. I find that an astonishing thing about human beings, because it leads us to the worst of ourselves.” The author, who wrote the text “for performance rather than a play” constantly seeks a very specific relationship with the audience. “All performers including me are reading the text. Hopefully, it destroys the weird impressive trick of knowing all those words.” And helps the spectator to actually listen to them.