Why See Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind?
The New York Neo-Futurists' ever-changing race-against-the-clock attempt to perform 30 plays in 60 minutes! Each performance features a different selection of original short plays (from over 1000) in random order-—a non-illusory collage of the comic and tragic, the political and personal, the visceral and experimental, embracing chance, change, and chaos.
This long-running Chicago tradition consists of thirty two-minute plays, selected randomly from some two thousand choices. A whirlwind of dramatic entertainment in just sixty minutes.
Opening night: 20 January 2006
Cast and Creative
Kevin R. Free
Produced by The New York Neo-Futurists
Managing Director - Rob Neil
Technical Director - Lauren Parish
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