See shows that don't exist yet! CTC's "24-Hour Play Festival" is tomorrow night

Actors Nevan Richard and Meghan Rose Donnelly at a previous 24-Hour Play Festival. Photo courtesy of CTC.

Tomorrow night, the Contemporary Theater Company brings the high-wire, no-net magic of instant theatre to South County as they present their 8th annual "24-Hour Play Festival," a collection of short plays written, rehearsed, and performed in a single day. Yes, that's right — you'll be seeing shows tomorrow night that do not yet exist!

And I promise, they will be fun. Here's my review from last year.

The 24-hour Festival has been a staple of the company’s schedule since its early days, with many veteran actors, writers, and directors returning for the fun year after year. At the end of the performance, the audience votes on its favorites from Best Actor and Actress to Best Plot and Overall Show.

One show only, tomorrow night, January 5 at 8 p.m. at the South Kingstown High School Auditorium. Tickets are $12.

Information and tickets available at or by calling 401-218-0282.

Editorial note: Written partially from a press release.