All her attempts and those of her friends to destroy Josh's life, either actually carried out or only suggested, has left Rebecca feeling oddly unfulfilled. She believes it's because none of those plans has been nasty enough. So she turns to who she believes is the nastiest person she knows to come up with a suitable plan: Nathaniel. Although she knows that Nathaniel is at a point in his emotions that he would probably do anything that she asked, she is unaware that he has made a vow to himself to return to his old self in being cold-hearted, especially toward Rebecca, not wanting her to play into his emotions. Rebecca does offer him a proposition to help her, it being something that he may not be able to resist. Through the process, Rebecca may come to a realization of what she actually wants to achieve in destroying Josh. Meanwhile, Josh learns what it will take to become a priest, those steps which are far outside what he would consider fun, as opposed to what was his vision solely...
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"Strip Away My Conscience"'s choreography is an homage to Bob Fosse's style, mainly in "Chicago". See more
References The Sound of Music
Written by Jerome Smith See more