What is the relation of art – and more specifically theater – with the context of political disturbance we experience in Brazil and in the world? The Greek word theatron, which means “place from which one sees” or “place to look”, gave rise to the word theater. The performer Ana Luisa Santos makes the urban intervention Viewpoints, thinking about what is considered as theater nowadays and who has access to this artistic language. Wearing a sandwich board, an add board carried by a person, common in commercial areas of the country’s big cities, with the words “I Exchange Viewpoints”, Ana Luisa Santos proposes to talk and discuss any subject arising from the encounter with the passer-by. During the action, some people will receive tickets to MITsp shows. Together, the passers-by of São Paulo’s city center and the performer can exchange views about theater.