Murfreesboro’s Out Front on Main, Inc. presents this interesting double bill of one-acts. Edward Albee’s The Zoo Story is one of the most famous short American plays of all time, though Albee had to head to Germany to get it produced in 1959. This work’s simple setup — an executive and a seedy loner meet on a park bench — is infused with arresting language and compelling psychological nuance — stylistic aspects that were developed even more dramatically in Albee’s later full-length plays. George W. Manus Jr. and Justin Hand star, and Ryan Daniel directs. The evening’s second entry is a 2000 work by highly respected Canadian author Adam Pettle. His script concerns two young people who meet in a hospital and fall in love while undergoing cancer treatment. Romance and catharsis collide to atypical effect. Andy Woloszyn and Heather Deane Danielsen star, and Buddy Jones directs.