Warhol's films seem simplistic, with apparently unmediated performers following limited or no structure. Gob Squad used audience performers to show how difficult it is to "just be real." At a time when we are beset with formula actors portraying reality and truthiness, Gob Squad reminds one of Warhol's remarkable insight into humans and our engagement with each other through culture. It's appropriate that the camera and screen mediated between the audience and the "unmediated" performers. Gob Squad's Kitchen is terrific theater in the same way that "Kiss" was a terrific film. It won't change the way that sll theater is made, but it will be used as a point of refernce for understanding why.