Written and directed by Travis Cotton, 80 Minutes No Interval is a short, sharp black comedy with big impact and a running time only as long as the title suggests.
Louis is a failing novelist, which would not be the case if he would stop messing with tense and obscuring narrative.
He used to be a theatre reviewer, and he would still be doing that if a red box had not been invented that writes perfect reviews. His girlfriend would still be around if he'd stopped taking her to the theatre, and he would have a home if he had not worn out his welcome at his parent's investment property.
One thing Louis does have is grit; he is not gonna let no thing or nobody bring him down.
Cotton is an award winning Australian actor and playwright. His plays have played around Australia and he was recently awarded the 2018 Lysicrates Prize for his play Starfish.
Joining Cotton in the cast are Martelle Hammer, Robin Goldsworthy, Tom O’Sullivan and Tamzen Hayes.