Talented but perennially down-on-their-luck, Lester Niles, a struggling African American comedian, and Tony Chang, a struggling Asian American actor, are best friends in Hollywood pondering the age-old question, "Why Am I Doing This?"
"Telling of the Shoes" chronicles a Manhattan dinner party that starts out good-natured and turns unexpectedly dark as alcohol-fueled party guests eschew their mantles of reserve, turning quick-witted sparring into full-fledged skewering.
Jay Brooks is that black guy who digs indie rock, graphic novels, and dates white chicks. After a slew of bad break-ups, Jay gives up white women, "cold turkey," and he goes on a mission: "... See full summary »
Ally Sims is a cynical, superficial, radio talk show hostess in Seattle who doesn't know the meaning of love despite the fact that she gives love advice over the airwaves, and has a loyal ... See full summary »
Sureel is a first generation Indian American college graduating senior music major who's controlling father still believes that he is pre-med. His desires in life conflict with both his ... See full summary »
Talented but perennially down-on-their-luck, LESTER NILES, a struggling African American comedian, and TONY CHANG, a struggling Asian American actor, are best friends in Hollywood pondering the age-old question, "Why Am I Doing This?" while juggling relationships, family and the impending feeling of doom that they¹re never going to make it... Written by