If creativity is Darwinistic, then it consists of mutation, selection and transmission.
Rehearsals include performers, a director, and a writer.
The start is a single cell. A quote, an action, an idea.
From this, the performers create random new ideas.
The director and dramaturg hunt and kill the ideas that cannot survive in the thematic and theatrical environment of the performance. These ideas will not reproduce.
The writer and their video camera make sure that sucessful ideas are reproduced, not lost or sanded down to nothing by repetition from memory.
The organism grows day by day, by degrees.
The play is assembled by a tornado in a junkyard.