Elephants on Parade 2012 will feature two world premieres and four New York premieres in which hilarity and heartbreak ensues as people strive to connect to one another amidst the chaos of everyday life. In Jeff Carter's Human Resources we tag along as Karl Clark endures the job interview from hell. Patrick Gabridge's Curse the Darkness throws a scene change into turmoil when a battle ensues over the right placement of the furniture, and the stupid candle just won't light. In Barbara Lindsay's Fighting Mr. Right a couple returns from a great first date and becomes embroiled in a fight to stay together. Jen Silverman's Notes on Drowning tells the story of Adam, who falls for the drowned girl that lives in his bathtub. He thinks he's found love, or at least a muse; his sister, however, has a few concerns. In Sonya Sobieski's True Enough Bo's world gets turned upside-down when he meets his younger brother's new girlfriend and her puppets. Finally, John Weagly's Purple Hearts and Missing Femurs recounts the story of two soldiers in a never-ending war as they discover a new way to become a hero.