meanwhile, and conversely, to appropriate the actual theatre to a virtual industry is not the answer

Recovery [of the real] proceeds through the dissolution of the psychoanalytic theatre of interpretation (the theatre in which desire is staged or ‘represented’ … at a distance from itself) … Recovery [of the real] involves dismantling the theatrical representation of desire in terms of restricted family roles and metaphors and the restoration of their intensive social and political investments. … “To overturn the theatre of representation into the order of desiring production” (A[nti-]O[edipus], 271).

– Peter Hallward, Out of this World: Deleuze and the Philosophy of Creation, Verso, London, 2006, p. 69