Tri-bú is a metaphor for the most current life. In a system marked by individualism, the play emphasizes the necessity of relying on others as a measure of survival. How would you feel if you spent a lot of time locked in a cave and suddenly… a light appeared? How would you relate to the current environment, with so many devices and objects? What would you give more value to? Does it make sense to “possess” these objects? What happens when I have them but you don’t? Three clowns have traveled from the farthest past to the most present future, thanks to a ray of light that invited them out of the cave. An invitation to reflect on the value of things, but above all, the value of friendship and the necessity of the tribe to survive.