“Terraform” (10 min.) – On a terraformed Mars, two coworkers wait to watch a large asteroid hit Earth and argue about the ethics of living on Mars.
“Savior” (10 min. version) – A amnesiac girl wakes up on a ship after being rescued at sea by a mysterious fisherman.
“297” (5 min.) – Inspired in part by the failed Bill 297 of Iowa, an attempted anti-abortion bill in 2017. An Iowa state senator bursts into an illegal abortion clinic looking for his wife.
“Red” (5-10 min.) – A queer reimagining of Little Red Riding Hood and how society defines “womanhood.”
“You Too” (10 min.) – A short play and monologue about the proliferation of rape culture by victim-blaming.
“Truant” (10 min.) – In China, an American drama teacher and her boss butt heads regarding art and education versus profit.
“Talking Ethics Before Ethics Class” (5 min.) – A Zoom play taking place at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, where two classmates argue over the ethics of hoarding toilet paper and food.
“The God Particle” (10 min.) – In the near future, two scientists experiment on a child to try and find God.
“Twenty-Three Years Later” (5 min.) – A play remembering Boulder shooting victim Neven Stanisic, for Code Red Playwrights
“With a Whimper” (5 min.) – Two lovers sit just before the end of the world and process that the end is near.
“Like a Second Mother” (10 min.) – A telephone/audio play about a growing rift between one niece and aunt regarding abuse in the family.
“Thanks for the Second Amendment” (10 min.) – While traveling around the UK, an American and a British person argue about mass shootings, American gun culture, and lack of empathy.
“The Dimension Traveler” (10 min.) – A dimension traveler pays one last visit to a world that must end and meets the world’s caretaker.
“Bloody Hope” (10 min.) – In the apocalypse, surviving is more than just staying alive: it is getting past guilt too.
“The Girls” (10 min.) – Three teenage girls open up at a sleepover at what gnaws at their souls.
“Another Beer” (10 min.) – A son feels he doesn’t live up to his father’s definition of manhood and decides to join the military, much to his father’s dismay.