Contemporary theatre and contemporary dance have liberated the audience from a passive co-existence in the unlit part of the room, and assigned them a new position. From the very beginning of her trilogy, Jenny Beyer has invited the audience to her rehearsals and performances to get to the bottom of the relationship between audience and dance. Both the audience and the creative team learn how diverse, political and paradoxical the role of the audience member can be, through new perspectives in the rehearsal process and on the stage. While the first part of the trilogy, LOVE got up close and personal with the topic, GLAS sees the audience sit far away from the rostrum. How can they become involved in what is happening on stage from so far away? How does the feeling of distance come about? And how can this distance affect you? With her new piece, Jenny Beyer shifts perceptions of boundaries and differences, which are traditionally marked by the fourth wall and turns the theatrical base line into a condition for new experiences.