Game On by Basic Assembly, performed at the Chocolate Factory, is “an original performance environment designed for New York City’s creative community. In this hour-long diversion, Basic Assembly shuffles player and spectator together, dealing them to a table of video feeds, motion sensors, and interactive art. Play the wildcard, challenge the Wizard, and bring meaning back to Kansas.”

I honestly have no idea what that means, or what it has to do with the card game SET, but read the New York Times review of the performance and see if you can figure it out.