An evening of one-act plays, including The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden
by Thornton Wilder
and The Respectful Prostitute
by Jean-Paul Sartre.
The Happy Journey to Trenton and Camden
follows a seemingly pleasant car ride that masks a family's grief.
In The Respectful Prostitute
, a prostitute moves from the North to the South and feels guilt about agreeing to frame a black man for her rape, which a white man attempted.