I don't know if you've found the treasure trove lurking in the writers pages yet. If not, go and have a nose because it's time to ask some questions of the wider community. Whatever your specialism or generality, whether you are [in strictly alphabetical order or remix thereof] an actor, audience, designer, director, etc, style-guru, writer or your-name-here your ideas and opinions are actively sought.
At the NTW on-line community meeting on Saturday there was quite a discussion around the mini-works as a playground for community invention and intervention, so...
Q1: How would you go about staging/presenting/experimenting with any or all of the mini-works?
Q2: Who would you collaborate with?
Q3: Have you got a mini-work in you?
Peter Cox, who must bear some responsibility for this blog, if only in its inspiration, suggests that we are on the verge of creating a theatrical-genre he calls Sushi Theatre. Is a veggie takeaway as valid as a sit down conveyor belt with fish? Is the Sushi metaphor fatally wounded..?
Q4: What would you call the genre - if genre it is?
You don't need answers to all the questions. Anything you have to offer would be welcome.