The four plays that make up Scott Gibson's GALLERY present a series of chance encounters between neighbors, friends, and even strangers. In CASSANDRA AT 10TH AND ELM, a young woman offers a fellow commuter a friendly warning as they await the arrival of their bus. DEFINITION shows us a robbery gone awry which leads to an unusual hostage situation. THE LAST GOOD DAY centers around a woman coping with devastating loss and finding solace in a most unusual place. THE RUMMAGE SALE asks the question "What do we do with our memories when we're ready to let them go?" Just as every one of us has random exchanges with people on a daily basis, these are examinations of those "quiet moments" that may seem unremarkable at the time but which leave us, if not changed in some way, at least pondering what happened hours, perhaps days later.