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Backstage At The Old Vic's Create-Six-Plays-In-24-Hours Festival
The director of the project announces to the assembled artists, "The writers will begin writing at midnight, and will have roughly six hours to make a play about 10 to 15 minutes long, each with about four actors. They then go to bed and you guys come back in the morning. You rehearse from about nine to seven - and then we open the house to 1,000 people." The Guardian (UK) 11/26/13
Posted November 27, 2013 01:00 AM




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