The 24 hour show will commence on Friday 19 May, at 4pm and conclude on Saturday 20 May at 4pm.
Rehearsal images have been released for the upcoming performance of The Second Woman, heading to the Young Vic for its UK premiere.
The 24 hour performance has been created and directed by Nat Randall and Anna Breckon, co-produced with LIFT, will have tickets available on-the-door throughout the performance.
Over a full 24 hours, 100 different men, non-binary and queer people are invited to star opposite Ruth Wilson, as she performs over and over a scene between a man and a woman in a relationship that has lost its creativity and romance.
The performance is inspired by John Cassavetes’ film Opening Night with none of the 100 different Martys having met or rehearsed with Ruth Wilson’s Virginia and most of them are non-actors.
The show will feature video and camera Design by EO Gill and Anna Breckon, lighting design by Amber Silk and Kayla Burrett, UK lighting design by Lauren Woodhead, music composition by Nina Buchanan, set Design by FUTURE METHOD STUDIO, and UK movement direction by Yarit Dor.
For more information visit: https://www.youngvic.org/whats-on/the-second-woman-0