In the style of pantomime, Dinner for One depicts a single metropolitan woman’s after work private, through which the fantasy, desire, as well as grievances of ordinary people are expressed. When the play begins, a woman in three-piece skirt set appears from the auditorium with a pile of luggage, and then she squeezes out a path within the audience to reach the stage. It seems that she has got to the door of her home but just can’t find the key；after a bit of struggle, she safely welcomes herself home by climbing through the transom. As usual, she watches TV, eats instant noodles, and does yoga；later, while trying on the red dress she recently bought, she falls into her own imagination, sings to an invisible microphone and dances as well. After taking a shower and having all her skin care done, she falls asleep and meets three handsome guys in her dream until she gets up and dashes out for work again in the next morning. The stage is decorated with machinery. For example, a book shelf can be easily converted into a bed when it is pulled down；a wall that can automatically bounce back when it falls down. Moreover, live saxophone performance also expresses the inner state of the character and adds tensions and delights to the play.