The impact of this play is almost entirely dependent on the contrast between the two acts. The first act is exuberant and anarchic, the second act holds the key to understanding the first because it is only when we see Lisa confined to bed that we fully understand that Dissocia is not a real place but a symptom of her mental disorder. Here, you are able to e-meet her friends who belong to Dissocia! In my imagination, this is quite common in the present day and really relates to me being as a 'stranger' in new environments. People may have this kind of experience at least once. 'Being the only stranger/ abnormal person in different ways - from the environment where they belong or alienation in a relationship'. On the other hands, we live in a present when things we used to take for granted are no longer. We now have to re-consider about the value that we thought it was normal.

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