Unwrap Your Candy: An Evening of One-Act Plays by Doug Wright:
From the author of Quills comes a deliciously macabre collection of three short plays. Alternately chilling and hilarious, Unwrap Your Candy is a delectable evening of bedtime tales for young adults guaranteed to keep you awake for nights on end. Together, the plays examine the danger of being a child, the terror of being an adult and even the perils of being an unsuspecting audience member. Spine-tinglers for the twenty-first century, the collected one acts in Unwrap Your Candy are guaranteed to jolt the senses and stimulate the mind. In the title play, Unwrap Your Candy, five student actors portray actual members of the theatre audience and prove far more intriguing than the play they've come to watch. In Lot 13: The Bone Violin, a stunning young violin prodigy skyrockets to international prominence, only to meet a shocking and supernatural fate. In Wildwood Park, a neurotic real-estate agent shows a house filled with unspeakable secrets to a potential buyer who harbors an almost insatiable thirst for tabloid atrocities.
Thucydides by Scott Elmegreen and Drew Fornarola:
“A nation that draws too broad a distinction between its scholars and its warriors has its thinking done by cowards and its fighting done by fools.” - Thucydides
A young soldier and a college student meet at an airport in their hometown, and in learning about each other's lives in Iraq and Princeton, each is lead to dramatic new conclusions about his own.