An out-of-work actor, Curtis Booth, is hired to direct a play in a small NH town. The play is terrible, and the actors are worse. Booth is desperate for the money, so he stays with the play. Rehearsals are disasters. At opening night the set collapses onto the actors. After that it gets worse.
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About the Author
Carl Perrin has acted in plays in college and community theatre. He even directed a few plays. But he was never in a production as bad as those described in Elmhurst Community Theatre.