Four minutes dead
Live, one-take improv with the Schecter Omen VI plugged directly into the desk. Only effect is a free VST called Oril River by Denis Tihanov.
The title (and inspiration) comes from a (possibly flawed) childhood memory of a short drama on TV. A chap finds himself in an interview room with a charismatic older gentleman. He has no idea how he got there, but he remembers what he was doing immediately before he found himself there. He'd been driving, too fast, after telling his wife he would be home "in four minutes dead."
As the interview continues we gradually realise that the interviewer is St Peter, and that the interviewee has had a potentially fatal accident. The interview is to decide whether he lives or dies.
The closing words of the play were, "You'd best be on your way. You've already been four minutes dead..."
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