Empty stage, hazy smoke, a beam of light, a 50-meter-long gigantic vinyl fabric, and one dancer, Masses responds to the incongruity of the masses with a solo dance that outlines the protestor’s complex inner psyche, unravels the loss and loneliness of the individual among the masses in social movements. Open auditorium offers audience democracy and autonomy. Watching from afar or immersed in close range,the audience is invited to bravely face the nuances of personal life amid street protests. While responding to the global unrest, Masses takes the audience to re-experience and re-think the personal and the social of being in a street struggle. It is political, theatrical and relevant.