Theatre company the Big House has announced a socially distanced production that will open in October with a maximum of six audience members per scene.
The Ballad of Corona V will incorporate social distancing rules for the actors as well as the audience.
Billed as a "darkly comic response to the Covid-19 crisis", the production is written by David Watson and directed by Maggie Norris with music by Jammz.
It runs from October 28 to November 21 at the Big House in London, with press night on November 3.
The Big House works with young care leavers, helping them to transition from care to independence by offering training, workshops and pastoral support.
Watson said: “It will be a long time before the dust has settled on the Covid Crisis.
"This project makes for an early opportunity to take stock. Much like the young people who’ll inform it, we envisage it will be immediate, funny, angry and, hopefully, hopeful."
Norris added: “Never have the voices of our young people been so critical, yet they are hugely at risk of not being heard.
"The Covid-19 crisis has impacted us all in different ways and we are not ’all in this together’.
"We will be addressing the harsh reality of what has happened in this pandemic to some of the city’s most marginalised young people."