I liked the concept of two short tight plays in one hour as it moved along keeping your interest instead of a one long play that could be edited or loses its focus. The percussion group made subtle music in keeping with the flavor of the plays.
What I didn't like
I think the acting was excellent, but I missed a few lines from the woman behind the screen in Man VS. Armadillo. She could have projected her voice.
My overall impression
I was most impressed with both Ryan Lisman and Benjamin Schwartz as young play-wrights who wrote two short plays focusing on psychological and moral growth. In the first play, “The Holy Name of Apostasy,” Dylan as an innocent young man must come to grips with his sexuality in spite of his strict Catholic upbringing. Benjamin Schwartz who directed and wrote " Man Vs. Armadillo," wrote an interesting dark comedy about the psychological aspects of aging and caregiving causing moral dilemmas and resentments which leads to disaster.