The show starts with a gigantic egg on stage, obscuring much of the performance space from view. The mysterious object from the outside world is an inexplicable enigma in the eyes of the insects (and a nod to the monolith from the Kubrick film 2001). This timeless symbol of fertility and regeneration reappears in other forms later in the show, laid by the insects.
The largest set element is the Wall, which is set against the rear of the stage. The performers climb on it, disappear into it and use it as a stage, a platform and a launching pad.
At first, the Wall is concealed by three enormous “skins” designed to create a sense of depth, and, through holes and openings, to reveal its secret life as a home to the insects as each of the skins are removed in turn.