Unfortunately, I had to miss the Boston Theatre Marathon this year. I've directed and performed in the Marathon in different years, and I have also sat through the whole day as an audience member many times.
If you missed the event, in which 50 ten minute plays are performed all day long at the Calderwood Pavillion, make sure you put it on your calendar for next year.
In the meantime, Larry Stark has put together his play by play observations over at the Theater Mirror.
Also, local playwright Patrick Gabridge sat through the entire festivities and has posted some of his thoughts at his blog The Writing Life x3.
The Globe's short review of the event by Sandy MacDonald is here.
This year, the Marathon included a day of staged readings of full length plays that they called The Warm Up Laps.