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This paper's aim is to reappropriate the understanding of Jacques Derrida's De la grammatologie with a theatrical approach. So this paper will examine how Derrida's deconstructive thinking provides implications for a boundary that two distinct theatrical existent modes, i.e. dramatic script and staging a play, define as themselves. This work is expected to have a special meaning for suggesting ecriture's performative aspect and its significance. By studying theatrical textuality through deconstructive works about theatrical metaphysics, this paper will try to elucidating ecriture's performativity. Therefore, the problematics which this paper cares deeply about are the limits of theatrical metaphysics. For example, they are the dramatist-based approach and director-based approach when theatrical practices happen. At this moment, the strategies which this paper sets up are to overturn language - body's hierarchical relations that theartical discourse has repeated. To sum up, dramatic script and staging a play are mutual supplementary as a iterable relationship. As a result, this paper intends to investigate the iterability of theater, namely, differantial repetition, textual undecidebility, and citational semiosis, in which making is remaking, and representation is poiesis.