What should we expect from a theatre production that was conceived, written and staged within 24 hours? What can we anticipate from a work of art of any kind that’s created over a short time, instead of weeks or months or years of contemplation and hard work?
The cast of The Binmen performs at ‘24hr Fest’.
From “24hr Fest”, a theatre project held last weekend in which five short plays were produced from scratch and performed onstage over a period of 24 hours I expected nothing more than loose, disjointed plots and awkward stage movements as actors fumbled for dialogue they’d yet to memorise.
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