Paul Lonnegan is the Artistic Director of the Sturm Und Drang Theatre Company in Hollywood, a town that only wants TV and Film. Many have called his theatre nothing more than a 'dating service.' Paul auditions three lovely actresses, Tori, Marcy and Eden, for his latest play. However, one actress, Tori, calls attention to the fact that the play is nothing more than an excuse to hear attractive women talk explicitly about what men want to hear them say. After the actresses depart a disgruntled actress named Zoe bursts in. Zoe announces she is suing the theater for sexual harassment due to the director Justin's unorthodox audition practices, graphically illustrated by a montage of "auditions from Hell." Written by
Patrick Coleman Duncan
"Pretending is for children . . . I do theatre!"