The actors are actually all really good and perform their respective monologues unflinchingly through the onslaught of socks. “All About Me,” written by Jon Beauregard and performed by Selina Merrill, is about an actress who was born for the stage. Matt Almos' “An Evening with Abraham Lincoln,” performed by Eric Curtis Johnson, acquaints you with the 16th president of the United States. Tracey Leigh performs Selina Merrill's spoken word “Word Magic.” And Jaime Robledo's “Space Man (or How I Found Myself in Low Earth Orbit)” deals with lone astronaut Hugo Armstrong. And all of them are just as deliciously horrible as they sound.