You have the old lady on the bench, who compares the new generation to her own, you have teenagers, who are invited to the riot, the snobby news reporter, who shows her true, common opinion off camera and finally, the accordion shopkeeper, who soon shows anger and disappointment when he's faced with the riot.
The production kept the audience on their toes through. This is because of the fact that the play goes from calm to intense very quickly and very often. This is great for giving the impression of how calm it was before the riots, and then how scary it became once they started.
The small amount of people in this play all have a part throughout, making the most of their diversified characters and basic set to create a great, short play.