In his second show, the theater man gives more cryptic hints. This time, he hints at the area under the player's workshop and the Automaton Helper.
2nd Show Dialogue
Sometimes, I feel so light. Everything looks so small and insignificant.
...But how can I touch the stars, if my feet are set firmly on the ground?
Ah. Much better. For is it not the destiny of man, to grow wings and fly!
From here, I can see the very innards of the earth. And how uncomely they are.
Deep down, clockwork machines tick with frightening precision. Surely the works of a madman!
/But isn't equally mad, one who tears down their very own floor to find secrets?/ /But another madman tore through the veil. Will they claim their prize?/ /But another madman tore through the veil, and returned with their prize./
Alas, I must return on the ground. The stars won't let me in yet.
Like his other shows, the theater man offers cryptic hints on events happening in the town. His line "Deep underground, a mother weeps, her tears bane even to the most resilient of sentinels" refers to the painting of Francesca in the villa. Her acidic tears drip down underground and must be used to defeat the Slime Lord.
3rd Show Dialogue
Unholy spirits hunt us. They wish to usurp our souls.
But we can escape them by running in both directions!
Where did they go? I am sure they went this way!
No! I most definitely saw them going that way!
Impossible. What a conundrum.
Deep underground, a mother weeps, her tears bane even to the most resilient of sentinels.
Such pain splits the very earth in half, not unlike we split ourselves to evade the demons.
In the end, our very souls may be weighted against such a teardrop. But those are very vague rumours, and such theories are not known to hold up to close scrutiny.