10 - 15 MINUTES
The Lottery Winner by John F.X. Delaney: A down-and-out man is tempted to sell his soul by a seductive temptress. Will he lose it or find it again?
Priming the Pump by Jean Klein: a 4-character comedy which parodies over-the-top talk shows. A distraught woman is put on the spot with surprising consequences.
Inside and Out by Jean Klein: A mother struggles to communicate with her autistic son.
A Taxing Experience by Harriet Schley: Two women learn something about each other as they conflict in a last-minute showdown as April 15 draws near.
A Slippery Slope by P. A, Wray: A report on the habits of the Layson Albatross go awry as a teacher at a conservative private school tries to mediate between two dueling students.
Cell by Bonnie Culver: Technology confounds communications among four inter-related people.
Showers by John F. X. Delaney: A commandant from Dachau gets more than he bargained for from a Jewish prisoner.
91366 by Lori Myers: A rebellious teenage girl confronts a Holocaust survivor in a tattoo parlor.
Christmas in Montana by Nikos Vlachos: Students in a one-room schoolhouse confront political correctness at Christmas time.
Going to the Dogs by Pam Steadman an older sassy and brassy elitist and an aging bohemian vegan coming to grips with life in a 55+ retirement Mecca of Discontent. *“Irving,” a family dog, returns as deceased husband, Len