Directed by Jodi Tooke
Sunday, Oct 6, 6-8pm
Monday, Oct 7, 7-9pm
Radio T.B.S. (Trailer Park Broadcasting Scandals) by Mark Landon Smith
Directed by: Jodi Tooke
SYNOPSIS: Radio hostesses and society doyennes Vesta Poteet and Dixie Mandrell bring to you the comings and goings of the activities in and around The Luna Del Mar Manufactured Home Oasis and Monkey Emporium. And what a jumpin' place this trailer park is. There's a visit to Graceland from rovin' reporter Missy Goode; there's the upcomin' Miss Manatee contest, if forced contestant Mayola Felts can stop eaten' every sweet thing she can get her hands on; and there's The Heart of Dixie advice for the lovelorn and addicted. The colossal celebration at Luna Del Mar is Jesus and Elvis: A Tribute to the Kings, a little nativity with some rock n' roll. A drive-by nativity is planned with headlights to be beamed on the annual tableau — low headlights, PLEASE! If you think that this kings' tribute runs smoothly, you'll also believe that teased hair is a thing of the past.
CHARACTERS: 10 females
VESTA POTEET (mid 30s and up) - Co-hostess of the Luna Del Mar Radio Report.
DIXIE MANDRELL (mid 30s and up) - Co-hostess of the Luna Del Mar Radio Report.
MISSY GOODE (mid 40s and up) - A Rovin’ Reporter for the Luna Del Mar Radio Report on a road trip to Memphis where she is picking up her hellion of a granddaughter and making a pilgrimage to Graceland.
MARY EUNICE WHEATON - A middle-aged widow who envisions herself to be the spiritual leader of Luna Del Mar.
HARLENE AKERS (early 30s and up) - The Radio Report’s last minute Weathergirl and cast chairperson for the Nativity.
ALVEETA McCLAY (mid 30s and up) - Owner of Alveeta McClay’s Charm School and the Miss Manatee Beauty Pageant sponsor.
PAULINE FELTS (40 and up) - A woman who is desperate for her daughter to achieve some degree of recognition. Mary Eunice’s accomplice.
MAYOLA FELTS (late teens) - Pauline’s rather large daughter who isn’t particularly concerned with anything.
MADGE HUSKEY (mid 30s and up) - Famous for her annual ELVIS displays and her edible bust of Priscilla.
IMOGENE HURST (mid 30s and up) - The ‘woman of easy virtue’ of Luna Del Mar and someone whom Mary Eunice is determined to get rid of.