It is perhaps an obvious choice to begin an analysis of performative political activism with the physical locations where they take place. Clearly though, spatial options are fundamental to the dramatic potential of productions. Decisions about where and when to stage a performance are a necessary antecedent to all other theatrical elements. The considerations are twofold: producers must decide not only where acts will physically take place in the present, but also contemplate what kinds of places will be represented. This chapter examines both issues, with the aim of teasing out the various ways that occupations of space impact public interpretations of anti-war actions.