“Yes, I do” explores the hidden-not written scene before the last monologue of Antigone at the homonym Sofocles tragedy. How she is prepairing herself for death. The kinesthetic part is inspired by the Order of Zejmpekis. The Zejmpekis are associated with rebellion, with acts of magnanimity and fairness. People currently think of them as an order who are known for their anti-state and anti-authoritarian behavior, who are directed against notables, against violence that derives from the state and against oppression and maladministration.