The three laws of the Theatre machine

Workshop "White rabbit" Iceland Academy of the Arts (IAA)
1. The rules of the creative space in any given theatre machine may not injure a human being or, through inaction, allow a human being to come to harm. 

2. A human must obey the rules of the creative space, except where such rules would conflict with the First Law.

3. A human can change the rules the creative space and its theatre devices as long as such a change does not conflict with the First or Second Laws

The three laws are there to ensure that the humans do not come to harm. It is the responsibility of the humans to keep and enforce the laws. 
The rules of the creative space in any given machine are both written and unwritten. To be precise they are both explicit and implicit, a written rule/explicit rule can potentially contain a promise of an unwritten rule /implicit rule.  It is therefore imperative that the humans in the machine take responsibility for each other’s safety.  The third law allows humans to change the rules of the creative space for that purpose.