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At a kind of activist future conference, three people are inquisitively and controversially discussing pressing societal issues. How can we make ourselves strong for the sake of others and show solidarity with them, without overstepping the mark? How do you transfer self-empower ment from slogans into practice? And as if the discussions on stage were not complex enough, the surtitling joins in as a protagonist in its own right. This Artificial Intelligence stimulates the debate unfolding on stage towards further considerations: How do human beings actually hold their own against a superior AI? Are we all, without exception, at a disadvantage within such a hierarchy? Since 1987, Australia’s internationally renowned Back to Back Theatre, an inclusive ensemble of impressive actors, has been working collectively on its stage plays that continually and thoroughly question ‘normality’. In its latest work, The Shadow Whose Prey the Hunter Becomes, it adopts a humorous and sensitive approach to its exploration of everyday webs of relationships and morals.