If you see any of these artists whizzing past you, they're probably rushing off to do their other show.
WES BERGER - Berger plays one of six lonely neighbours in First You're Born and then in the collectively written The Georgian Expedition (Mark III) recreates the group's trip to the Republic of Georgia.
SHARI HOLLETT - After last year's fine One Good Marriage, That One That One, Hollett's back directing a pair of shows, leading with Poster Child , Chris Leavins 's one-man show about one-man shows, and then guiding a collision of frantic lives in The Hurricane Project .
ANNA CHATTERTON - Chatterton brings high-energy comedy to the rhyming Clean Irene & Dirty Maxine and then changes tone to play a lonely woman in First You're Born .
BEN JOHNSON - Young National Theatre School actor Johnson makes a splash in two productions, first surrounded by other NTS artists in the absurdist Hemlock and then in Giving It Up as one of three teens who grow up during an eventful summer.
KEVIN REES-CUMMINGS - Alternative-theatre artist Rees-Cummings explores reality TV and life at Queen and Bathurst in Meeting Playce and joins the site-specific What The Thunder Said to probe political ambivalence.
ABSIT OMEN - Not an artist but a company of actors-turned-playwrights, Absit Omen (it means avoid your fate) presents a pair of shows, the teen-sexuality-themed Giving It Up and the falling-out-of-love Present Tense .