35,000

Theatre (verbatim, physical theatre)

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Description

You make 35,000 decisions a day. Each of them could change your life, but which do you remember? Which matter? A group of young adults stumble through the everyday choices that could reshape their lives. They share the verbatim tales of their contemporaries and elders, looking for turning points that matter and the joys and regrets that tumble after. As they look forward they talk to those more acquainted with hindsight, though it’s not a nostalgia trip or a carnival of regret, but a collision of chance and calculation, loss and hope; exploring fate and free-will.

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Rebecca Jeanes 85 days ago

Hats off to bear pit theatre for a funny, moving and thought-provoking hour of verbatim theatre. From the lively and surprising opening the clever staging and affecting acting kept this rattling along. The ensemble cast worked together beautifully to illustrate powerful stories of some of life's key decisions. We loved this show.


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The Wee Review (3/5 stars) 78 days ago

“What’s the biggest decision you’ve made today? This week? Ever?” This common refrain runs throughout the aptly entitled play 35,000. This piece of verbatim physical theatre is an interesting reflection on the 35,000 separate decisions each one of us apparently makes on a daily basis. Some of these will impact...

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Edinburgh Guide (3/5 stars) 84 days ago

This young theatre company takes an interesting look at the number of decisions we human beings make each day. Using verbatim text, they create a narrative that looks at both the serious – and far less serious – decisions that can change what will happen next. The direction is well...

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