“Controlling Interest” by Wayne S. Rawley
Four successful young “businessmen” gather for their weekly staff meeting. The issue: girls. Two young “businesswomen” arrive to negotiate: the boys may start liking them, but only on the girls’ terms.
“4 A.M.” by Jonathan Dorf
What’s it like to be awake when the rest of the world is asleep? Through a series of connected scenes and monologues, join memorable characters as they wonder…is there anybody out there?
“The Internet is Distract- Oh Look a Kitten” by Ian McWethy
Micah has twenty minutes to finish research on her paper. Unfortunately, the web is a nefariously wacky place. A comedy about the rabbit hole of distraction we go down everytime we go online.
“The Other Room” by Ariadne Blayde
Austin: a brilliant teenage astronomer who happens to have autism. Lily: his popular classmate with an interest in astronomy. An encounter leads to a growing connection between them.
“Good Business Sense” by Emmet Loverde
Tonight, a businessman is making the boardroom presentation of his life: a proposal of marriage to Claudia, who just wants flowers and violins, not charts and graphs..