The collection, Theater Masters' Take Ten Vol. 2 is comprised of the following plays:
MONUMENT by Bennett Fisher
A visitor from far away arrives in ancient Egypt with a mysterious gift.
WASHING by Genne Murphy
In the near future, an old man struggles with the machines at the laundromat and the changing world. A young woman helps him.
PROSTHESES BOUND by Marvin Gonzalez
Jose is participating in groundbreaking research on myoelectric prosthetic arms. His doctor has him completing simple exercises to help practice his mind control the prosthetic arms, but his feelings help his mobility more than any blocks can.
FOUR MOVEMENTS by Sean David DeMers
At her Aunt's wake, Grace contemplates the mysteries of death, symphonies, senses, and chocolate eclairs.
SITTING CAUSES CANCER AND OTHER MODERN TRAGEDIES by Anna Fox
Jancy, not Nancy, Jancy with a J, works at an office. Jancy, not Nancy, Jancy with a J can try harder than that, can be better than that, can be more herself than herself. Jancy, not Nancy, Jancy with a J, is never going to sit still. Ever. Otherwise she'll end up with cancer like sad/weird/sexy/dead Thomas whose butt is glued to his chair. But Thomas doesn't have cancer. That doesn't matter. He'll probably get it any minute. Because everyone dies of cancer. Everyone. Everyone dies. But If you never sit still, you never die. Ever. Right?
LILLY by Peter Zinn
In a hotel room in Pakistan in 2008, two CIA agents face a personal dilemma while an Al-Qaeda informant waits for them in a car outside.
NO MORE MONSTERS by Jess Honovich
It's her 13th birthday, and Zella wants to grow up. But in order to do so, she must say goodbye to the monster that lives under her bed.