Sean Kennelly is challenging long-time congressman, Sterling Hancock, for his seat. With the help of Ursula Snipe, a brilliant mathematician, Sean enlists Sterling in a plan to limit the voters to a small, controllable group. Their plan works too well as the election hinges on only one voter – Chad.
Velma Hardmann is interviewing a household manager to help with her daughter’s home wedding. Youngest daughter, Dixie, is interviewing a male stripper for big sister Ruthie’s bachelorette party. As Velma mistakingly interviews “Stallion” in the living room, her daughters put prim and proper Nigel Titford through his paces in the guest cottage. The characters may be in the dark but the audience will follow every misconstrued phrase.
Two NASA Astronauts, completing the first year of a five-year mission, try to cope with the isolation and desolation of Mars and the need for a physical, human connection. Their android assistants, programmed for self-learning, get swept up in the quest for love and romance.
Longtime Russian spy partners Boris and Natasha have a mission to steal back documents from Elliot, a CIA agent. To accomplish their mission, they’ll have to survive family night and their own repressed feelings for each other.
William and Carol Grand have their roots deeply planted in the Georgia red clay. Austerity collides with social stigma when they lose jobs and have to come to grips with their personal balance sheet. Carol finds creative ways to hold onto her most prized possession but their biggest challenge may be avoiding scrutiny from old friends – the Trubbles.
Rose Brichen and Daisy Nicely feel saddled by their husband’s ailments and want desperately to go on a Mediterranean cruise. When Rose enlists Daisy on a plan to fulfill their dream, the results are unexpected but may be best for everyone.
Midville Community Theatre needs to find a hit play from its annual contest entries to fund their upcoming season. A submission by a famous playwright, nepotism and love all conspire to blur ethical boundaries.