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“How Do You Like Them Apples” by John Carey shows the consequences of judging other people’s morality.
In “Blackberry Fool” by John Montgomery, a mysterious stranger proves you can’t go back and change your youth; you just have to take life as it comes. It is an amusing and quirky play that will make you laugh while these characters struggle with what became of their lives.
“A Hot Bowl of Chili” by Judith Present, shows what happens to a pushy man that won’t take NO for an answer. Two truckers get more than they bargained for when they force a diner’s owner to open up at two in the morning to serve them a hot bowl of chili.
Whether you eat apples, make a fool of yourself over deserts, or like hot food, you will get all the meaning these plays offer up on a platter.