Whitby's Trafalgar Castle will host the 13th annual Driftwood Theatre's fun fundraiser and gala. 24 artists have 24 hours and one castle to create and perform new site-specific plays. There will be six ten-minute plays presented live to an audience that will move through the historic building and view each performance the evening of Mar. 11 2016. Participating playwrights are Steve Burley, Kevin Craig, Sophia Fabiilli, Laura Anne Harris, Paul Van Dyke; Michael Shamata (Artistic Director, Belfry Theatre, Victoria) will join the overnight writing session remotely from Victoria B.C. Actors involved are Mary Kronert, Christopher Darroch, Jessica Greenberg, a founding member of Studio 180, Michael Hanrahan, a founding member of Soulpepper, Doug. E. Hughes, James Dallas Smith, Adriano Sobretodo Jr., a founding member of Summerworks, Hallie Seline, Louisa Zhu, Mandy MacLean and Trevor Pease. Directors are Marcia Kash, Heather Davies, Kevin Hammond (founding Artistic Director, Humber River Shakespeare), Alden Adair, Yolanda Ferrato and Cameron Johnston. Keep in mind that not only are the plays written in the 24 hour period but also presented and performed. This really is a showcase of skill, wit and agility on the part of all involved. There will be a wine, cheese and dessert buffet and a silent auction at 6:30 p.m. and plays begging at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $60, or $100 for a VIP experience. Trafalgar Castle is located at 401 Reynolds Street.