|Source Title||Author||Description||Free sample|
|CLASS WAR - Snow Covered Mountains and Blue Bird Skies - Bill||Fonde Taylor||
Bill, a middle-aged working man dreams of the most beautiful place in the world.
|CLASS WAR One-Act Play||Fonde Taylor||
A blue-collar man and blue-blood lady go to war until a mysterious stranger intervenes.
|FABULOUS MONSTERS - Dead - Slade||Diana Burbano||
Seen it all Punk Rocker Slade describes to her AA group the various creative ways her compatriot hellraisers have kicked the bucket.
|FABULOUS MONSTERS - Play Your Guts Out - Slade||Diana Burbano||
Seen it all Punk Rocker from the 70’s; alive, sober and cynical as hell tells AA newbies her story.
|FAKE - A Trusted Name - Roman||Carmen Peláez||
Roman justifies the methods he has employed to make a place for himself and Cuban Art in the world’s elite art market.
|FAKE - Andy Warhol's Brillo Boxes - Juan||Carmen Peláez||
Juan shares a story about Andy Warhol’s Brillo boxes as proof that secrets can sometimes be more valuable than profits.
|FAKE - The Seamstress - Camila||Carmen Peláez||
Camila describes the seemingly humble sketch drawn by her aunt, the famous Cuban Artist Amelia Peláez, that brought her into the elite art scene.
|FAKE - Youth and Beauty - Margaret||Carmen Peláez||
Paintings teach Margaret that none of us are immune to the whims of fate.
|KOLYA - 48 Hours - Bella||Fonde Taylor||
Gallery owner Bella attempts to convince her most promising artist Kolya to finish a commission.
|KOLYA - ARTFORUM - Bella||Fonde Taylor||
Gallerist Bella attempts to flatter her most promising artist Kolya in the hopes he will finish a past-due commission.
|REAL DEAD GHOSTS Full-Length Play||Jonathan Goldberg||
A husband and wife want to spend their anniversary together in a cabin in the woods but old ghosts and secrets keep haunting them.
|RUM AND COKE - Beauty Survives - Camila||Carmen Peláez||
Returning home from her first ever visit to Cuba, Camila discovers the answer she has been looking for.
|RUM AND COKE - What Makes Beautiful? - Camila||Carmen Peláez||
What makes beautiful, beautiful?