Anyways, I received two free tickets to this play by quickly filling out a form online through a promotion with Vodafone.
When I arrived at the famous and beautiful Capital Theater in the heart of Madrid on Gran Via (one of the main roads), there was already a line forming. After a wait of about an hour, Alvaro and I found ourselves inside.
The play was only 3 actors - Arevalo, another man, and a woman. The entire concept of the play is this: audience members and viewers from home (the show was streamed live on the internet) could Tweet ideas/thoughts on Twitter, and the actors would base their entire skits on the live tweets. Essentially, it was an improvisational comedy show. The three actors performed around 5-6 mini plays (around 5-8 minutes each) based on the silly and ridiculous tweets from the audience. The tweets would appear on the giant screen on stage so that everyone could see them (see the photos below).
Arevalo is in white. The tweets are on the right behind him.
The giant screen outside of the theater advertising the event
Here's more info on Arevalo if you are interested: IMDB - Raul Arevalo