What's So Funny 'Bout Cancer, Patricide and Accidental Buddhism?
Three Short Plays
One Breast, One Nut: A Love Story
by Lucy Wang
When Sandy discovers she has a lump in her breast, she fears she is more likely to lose a breast than fall in love. Therefore, cancer forces Sandy to conquer her fears and take action. A comedy.
Death and Marriage
by Greg Freier
Death and Marriage is a farce set in the Mid 1800's in Russia. Nebbish fool Boris is in love with Anna, who also happens to the Czar's daughter. The Czar thinks Boris a fool, which, in fact, is his job. The only sensible outcome, they both feel, is to kill the Czar and then marry. After much time, there is, in fact, a death, but not of whom one might think.
by David MacGregor
A man comes to the realization that there isn't a single thing in the world that he really cares about, and his wife is able to explain this phenomenon to him as they enjoy delicious cups of coffee.
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