Temps salvatge (Wild time) is a theatre play written by Josep Maria Miró i Coromina. The dark side of a community faces each other to his worst fears. A quiet urbanization is getting ready to organize one celebration that will take place in the municipal pavilion, which is located at the exit of the town, near a wooded area where it is said that foreigners pass through irregularly. With the appearance of several graffiti with threatening messages, a spiral of fear, assumptions and violence will take over the population which will not only disrupt the routine life of its inhabitants, but which will end up seriously disrupting their rules of coexistence. A feature of neighborhood communities are the stairs. There it is where everyone goes to get home. Thus, the atmosphere of the play will be subject to this concept. Inspired by the piece Relativity of M.C.Escher.