Sincerity has expanded on Mark Ravenhill's creepy monologue The Experiment, where we follow the satiny-voiced, slippery narrator. If you could cure thousands of a fatal disease by experimenting on a single child, would you do it? Thats the question posed by the narrator of this story; their personal complicity in the experience of a slippery possibility. We show Ravenhill's perspectives combined with our own views. From a pitiful father with an ill partner, to traumatised twins, to a cunning businessman, which perspective could you agree with, if any?