Twenty Fifty was a digital performance created for the Fringe Theatre Festival in Dublin. It was a live improvised game between an actor and an invited guest. Beginning in the form of an intimate interview, they attempt to get to the heart of the question: what would you save from the fire? Attendees were gathered digitally. They were requested to be fully engaged and willing to participate. At the time an online theatre production was a relatively new concept to most. It was important to indicate the digital aspect and how it would work. Images were presented as if part of a zoom screen. Icons such as computers, microphones, and dice were created to explain the concept. The typography and colours used were a reference to the digital world. Short animations were created as a teaser for the show and also to explain the audience's involvement.