The National Theatre in the UK are staging a production based on three DH Lawrence dramas. At once! Staged in the round there will be three distinct stage areas each representing a different family household in a Midlands mining village.
In order for audience members to fully appreciate the performance they will be expected to swap seats part way through so they can get closer to a different family and view proceedings from a slightly different perspective.
Although I'm a bit of a traditionalist when it comes to the theatre I think that if I was to attend this particular production I would have no hesitation in joining in with the seat swapping. I'd be perfectly happy to swap my seat for one in the nearest lap-dancing club, bar, coffee-shop, AA meeting, church, the big one with leather straps they plug in at the local prison or, at a push, McDonald's.