The Reverend Daniel Cooper reluctantly agrees to direct the annual play for Hope Island's Community Theater and has to deal with the needs and egos of the cast members. The unexpected arrival on Hope Island of Daniel's wife Stella, a stunning blonde Las Vegas showgirl, complicates matters even more. Written by
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[reading for an audition
No matter how much lipstick or how much make-up I wear, I'm still that simple girl you met back in Kansas.
[reading in a bad southern accent
And I'm that simple boy.
How I wish you had whisked me up in your strong arms and carried me off that night.
[in an even worse southern accent
I was a fool. I let my macho ego get in the way.
[stunned at the awful reading of the wrong parts
I'd like you to read the scenes again. Kevin, you read the part of Rex. And, Delores, you ...
References A Streetcar Named Desire