The drama of the actor unfolds in a bipolar plan: under the look of the spectators and of Christ as well. The actors are placed under our gaze like martyrs that must bear the weight of their art, as He suffered the burden of the cross. The body of Jesus Christ is transubstantiated in that of the actors who stand on the stage to be sacrificed, to become objects of theasis, victims of our gaze. The Son of God embodies the most dramatic role, wearing the mask of a human man. This is the material depiction of an immaterial existence, for the visible side of the invisible: “He that hath seen me, has seen the Father”.