With co-director Isa Leal, Moritz creates a striking visual interpretation of varying spatial dimensions. Designed by Douglas Johnson, the stage is a narrow runway running the length of the room between the audience's seats. Grids project onto the stage and, during different scenes, two walls raise and lower like wings, at times allowing us only to see the actor's feet. But the actors (almost all of whom rotate between two or three different roles with ease) are not always constricted to the runway; they jump from floor to stage to express the invisibility of beings in higher dimensions to those in lower dimensions. Upon Chromatistes' first introduction to a being of a higher dimension, she is surprised by the Sphere's ability to grow and shrink. In Flatland, the Sphere is seen as a circle, but in the third dimension, she is a series of circles of varying size stacked together, causing her to appear to change size as she moves up and down.