‘The Fourth Wall’ is the theatrical term for the invisible barrier that separates the audience from the fictional characters on stage. More often, the phrase is used in reference to breaking that wall down. As children with wild imaginations, we are taught that the world is separated into reality and fantasy, fiction and non-fiction. Our very nature seems to contain a sense of curiosity in pretending we are in a place or time that we are not. This project explores these altered theatrical realities and our relationship to fantasy.