'Showtime Blues' by France-Luce Benson, directed by Steve H. Broadnax III: A potentially dangerous encounter and major train delays force Ameira and Darius to confront their internalized prejudice, and the harsh realities of life as a moving target.
'El Grande' by Maggie Bofill, directed by Pam Berlin: When Adriana locks herself in the bathroom, declaring she will now be living there, her two sisters Yolanda and Antonia have to get her out.
'Blue Handed' by David Zellnik, directed by John Giampietro: As a soldier testifies about an atrocity committed against an Arab civilian, his interrogator wrestles with a deeply buried memory of childhood shame.
'The Fork' by Emily Chadick Weiss, directed by Andrew Grosso: Joyce, a proud grandma and leader in her field, is about to retire and feels she should use this time to assassinate the President.
'How My Grandparents Fell in Love' by Cary Gitter, directed by Colette Robert: In 1933, Charlie, a Polish Jew who has immigrated to America, returns to the Old Country in search of a wife.
See it if you want an entertaining evening of theater in an intimate setting, fine acting and unique stories.
Don't see it if you need a long linear plot and fancy scenery. Each of these short pieces was unique and wonderful in its own way.