Make America Dream Again draws from Calderon’s allegorical play Life Is A Dream, whose main characters - the King and his son - switch places as king. This re-enactment of the play employs the spaces and the artists within the Living Architecture exhibition to pose philosophical questions about the meaning of life vs. illusion and political questions about power, inequality, transformation of government, and treason. The exhibition serves as a backdrop to depict the shifting scenes of our current political drama, its questioning of reality, and transformation of America’s contemporary politics. The performance philosophically questions the meaning of life and illusion vs. reality, and whether America wants its ruler and people to dream or to be great.