Chances are, many theatergoers do not know the name Don Nigro. That’s a shame. Now in his 60s, Nigro is a prolific author whose more than 300 stageworks — of all lengths and types — have been performed at major American regional houses, including McCarter Theatre, Actors Theatre of Louisville and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, to name only a few, plus many international venues. Nigro’s plays often revolve around the world of the arts and artists, and he also has a penchant for exploiting historical and literary lives for his subject matter. This production by the newly established Spaghetti Theatre features three Nigro pieces — Fair Rosamund and Her Murderer, Wonders of the Invisible World Revealed and Specter — selected for their imaginative, surreal and strangely romantic style. The young performers include Luke Hatmaker, Rachel Rogers, Taylor Hyatt, Olivia Mell and company founder Andy Kanies, who expresses an interest in bringing minimalist theater to Music City. The startup has an Indiegogo campaign to raise money for technical equipment; in the meantime, the goal is to connect audiences with actors purely, via words.