It’s time to switch from emotional robots to some fun and theater. Japan’s laid a stage that sees performance not from another theater artist, but a robo-actor in the making. Named the Wakamaru (from Mitsubishi) the robot actor in the play was programmed to speak his bit and move around the stage alongside human actors. This play, called Hataraku Watashi, featuring Wakamaru at the Osaka University was one of Japan's first robot-human theater productions. The 1-m (3-ft) tall humanoid robot is basically made to be a home-sitter and a caring robot for the physically weak. His new role is what excites us, but it also sends us wondering over the human machine relation, will those stars compromise their fan-base for his and for those autographs…?