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Rover Dramawerks off the beaten path. Live Professional Theatre in Downtown Plano
One Day Only 7!


One Day Only 7 commences

Participants arrive Friday night, meet,
get photos taken (no headshots allowed)
SpeedBondTM, write down words or phrases
on slips of paper, writers choose their fate,
choose their computer and choose their coffee mugs

Patti got there early and got drafted into
being "The Light Dummy" for the photographer.

Margo is unselfconscious about her height.
We aim to fix that.

Christopher offers $5 to trade topics with passersby

Crowd looks on in horror as writers announce the topics... what they'll be acting in tomorrow.

Morning comes waaaay too soon

Directors arrive, fight over coffee and bagels, fight over scripts, fight over photos for casting
... er I mean negotiate.

and start rehearsing

Yes, a script called for one.
Yes, someone had it in their back seat.
No, we don't make these things up.

Two men trapped against grey wall

Tech Rehearsals

Quick Dinner - guitars, pizza, we tried to find a street mime, but hey, short notice and all.

This can only mean one thing...

Yep! Lights up...
Who gave HIM a microphone?!?

Two Reasons to Celebrate
by Mary Gonzales Davis
Directed by Connie Salsman

Mister Little Miss Firecracker
by Tommy Looney
Directed by Dennis Sloan

Rules of the Game
by Grayson Harper
Directed by Garrison Ausburn

Stranger than Fiction
by J. Christopher Campbell
Directed by Matthew Groff

by Marc B. Rouse
Directed by Bob Athey

No Pain, No Drain
by Matthew J. Edwards
Directed by Cherie Grandstaff

Decomposing Theater
by Bill Fountain
Directed by Bob White

And while it's true that participants usually look a bit worse for the wear after a One Day Only, these guys can't blame the schedule as much as the (yes, again one was there, no two! - randomly) Horror FX Artists
And there's more about this one at Bill's site


Proof they were all actually in one place at the same time....

... and again captured by high speed photography before the blue-shift blur of the event set in.