Our newest featured list comes from playwright Jonathan O'Neill: "From the Eumenides and Saint Genesius to The Merchant of Venice and Legally Blonde, the performing arts have long enjoyed a deep kinship with the law, and it's easy to see why. The law shares major qualities with theater. They both involve performance, particularly in our courtrooms, but also in legislatures, public spaces, and client meetings. They both vocalize and codify a community's values. They also share a common ancestor -- the Greeks! -- and both institutions remain intensely interested in history. Here are just a few scripts that scrutinize the legal-theatrical connection. I hope you'll enjoy them!"