It started as a challenge: Could Charlie Varon and David Ford create a show in 10 days? On day one, Charlie arrived with a handful of scraps of paper. On each one was written an idea, or a line, of the name of a character. Most were cryptic.
So Charlie starts improvising. A character emerges. They start tossing back and forth ideas about how to give the character his purest expression. Also jokes, sotires, emotional consequences.
On day 10, with script in hand, Chalie went on stage. This recording was made during the seventh performances, on February 2, 2002. The Marsh was packed that night, and the soup was cooking!