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Photos by Kathleen:
How did a bastard orphan whore of a show,
In 24 hours become more of a show?
Well, Mark and Mark brought a new level of caring
On a VHS tape with intimacy sharing
And the Village People were old but not insane
`Cause they picked up pills with their extended grip cane
Then Gutsy Augusta with Matt as a white horse
Turned a Greek Goddess into a modern golf course
While a sterile stud shared everybody’s bed
‘Til Mad Maxine left everybody dead!
Like Olivia Newton-John, she was dead for sure
Until she came back to life for the reunion tour!
Yes, a Has Been intervention? You might well despise.
But how `bout backseat sex to the smell of french fries?
So, what do you want for breakfast? – and please do not ramble
I like Lactaid; and I like my eggs Scrambled!
Talent on stage and is just one part of two
Because we also had the most fantastic crew
The costumes, lights, and sound – the team was tops, you see,
We got to give props to all the amazing properties.
In 24 hours of artistic toe-to-toe,
7 new plays! `Cause we can’t be stopped by snow!
24 hours – you made one amazing show!
It’s 24/7! And, if you don’t know; now you know!
Photos by Kathleen (part 1 of 2): https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0ByHX5yYtIRKxZ1BlblhxUFd6YVU&usp=sharing
Photos by Kathleen (part 2 of 2): https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0ByHX5yYtIRKxZTl0SUZrb2YtU2s&usp=sharing
24/7 is a full evening in the theatre. Bang. That’s true.
And the main reason is this super crew — some brand new, some have been designing with 24/7 since the beginning. Costumes, Lights, Sound, Set, Props, Running Crew, Stage Management, and everyone is on their game that day.
The designers have about 3 hours to design 7 shows before tech rehearsals begin. Come see what these freaks of talent can do.
Crew for 24/7 2016 on April 9th at Live Arts:
I think there’s a sign outside of 24/7 this year that reads, “you must be THIS TALENTED to ride this ride.” Because — look at this list of actors — I would cast any of these over-talented clowns in anything.
And, I guess that makes sense. Here they are, throwing their hats in the ring to be cast in, well… just about anything.
And, yes, they’re all freakishly tall… I mean, talented.
Plus, are there a few surprises up our sleeves? Maybe.
Where do all these great directors come from? It’s a riddle wrapped up in an enigma wrapped in bacon.
If you would like to walk into a theatre at 7am, see a stack of freshly written plays — written by a now exhausted and strung-out playwrights — pull one at random and be told, “Here, make this work!” Then the job of Director for 24/7 is the perfect job for you.
Here’s the crazy-talented folks who are doing it at Live Arts on April 9th:
If every year we say we have the best playwrights ever, but each year they’re different playwrights, you might ask, how does that work?
A. Each year the playwrights do indeed get better.
B. Each year we all get better.
C. Everything you read on the internet is a lie.
D. All of the above.
But, in the mean time, look at this amazing list (our best playwrights ever!):
Crap! You know what’s like, right? I mean, whatever, right? All this snow and all this “I can’t drive,” and all this “I ain’t go no power in my house,” and “global warming/global schwarming,” and all this, “Thanks Obama!”
Suffice it to say that people are MAD because there is no 24/7 this January.
Due to winter storm Jonas, 24/7 2016 has been rescheduled for April 9th. Still same concept. Still same writers, directors, cast and crew — hopefully all — still no idea what will happen.
This ain’t no April Fools Joke.
See you at Live Arts on the 9th — and hopefully before.