We asked all the writers taking part in PlayPen Get to the End to name five things that stopped them Getting to the End of writing a play previously and five things that helped them Get to the End.
James Baker, writer of An as yet untitled play about two people in a bunker responded with the following;
5 things that have always stopped me before:
-Just being too messed up with depression or booze or whatever
James Baker’s first full length play An as yet Untitled Play about two people in a bunker will be on at Aberystwyth Arts Centre on 17th October at 7:45PM. It is part of PlayPen Get to the End.
Two conspiracy theorists wait in an underground bunker while the world collapses around them, a small theatre company rehearses a work none of them believe in while the world collapses around them, and an unstable playwright tries to work out why they’re bothering while the world collapses around them.
An As Yet Untitled Play About Two People In An Underground Bunker is about the attempt to make meaning, depression, love, struggle and failure.
It is directed by Catrin Fflur Huws and performed by Flossie Baldock, Anna Beyer, Huldah Knox Thomas and Emily Jeffrey.
Tickets are more information are available here