“All welcome! Anyone who wants to be an artist, step forward! We are the theater that has a place for everyone, everyone in his place!” It is the obvious generosity that was communicated by the theater poster — in contrast to the calculating world of warped humanity that Karl experienced — that incites the spirit of the Nature Theater of Oklahoma theater group, led by Kelly Copper and Pavol Liska, and which inspired its name. Their theater is a place which invites participation, a place in which the scenes develop right in front of the audience. In Kafka’s Amerika, it is this inviting moment of the theater which increases the awareness of social indifference in everyday human interaction. The repertoire of the New York theater group also addresses everyday occurrences which are taken for granted, in order to direct attention towards them once again. The actors play out these scenarios. From these everyday movements, which are combined anew according to a random tossing of dice or dealing of cards, they create dances and new meanings and convert telephone calls into theater dialogues.