Description: Relationships in their comic and dramatic variety are at the core of this collection of what playwright Victor L. Cahn calls ""chamber plays."" All dramatize relationships between two people: sometimes to find love, sometimes to find self-assurance or power. All are also distinguished by an elegant wit and stylistic sophistication that makes these works literary as well as theatrical delights. Endorsements: About ROSES IN DECEMBER: ""Cahn serves up something of a bona fide thriller along with the genuinely wise psychological insights that lie at the heart of ROSES IN DECEMBER, keeping us riveted until the final word has been read."" --nytheatre.com About BOTTOM OF THE NINTH: ""This is a beautifully written and crafted miniature . . . Rarely have beer and peanuts been so well deserved."" --Clive Barnes, The New York Post About SHERLOCK SOLO: ."" . . brilliantly acted, exceptionally written, and engages the intellect from start to finish."" --New Theater Corps About the Contributor(s): Victor L. Cahn is Professor of English at Skidmore College. His scripts have been presented Off Broadway and throughout the Capital Region of New York. He has also the author of several books on Shakespeare, critical studies of Harold Pinter and Tom Stoppard, and the forthcoming memoir, Classroom Virtuoso: Recollections of a life in Learning.