When a cold-hearted, old Siberian nun's dying wish magically transforms her into a gorgeous, young woman, she starts a new life of decadence in Manhattan, but she doesn’t know she only has until Valentine's Day to prove she can be kind, or she'll be sent straight to Hell.
In "Lala Pettibone: Standing Room Only," the sequel to "Lala Pettibone’s Act Two," the title character gets a marriage proposal, gets chased by a goat on a farm in the French countryside, and gets in her own way as she stumbles to her Happily Ever After.
A young, down-on-her-luck widow moves from Manhattan Island to Manhattan Beach and embarks on a zany Act Two full of love and adventure.
Three boxing fanatics, best friends since college, struggle to survive a crazy night of class warfare and racial tension, and find their bond tested as they drink, snort, and stumble their way across the Big Apple in a desperate bid to be a part of sports history at the legendary match-up between Sugar Ray Leonard and Marvin Hagler.
"A Town Called Peculiar" is what would happen if John Waters adapted "August: Osage County" into a sitcom. (The prequel web series, "Verdene and Gleneda," has six completed episodes available for viewing (www.verdeneandgleneda.com). Episode 6 stars George Wendt of "Cheers" and Matthew Arkin as Uncle Beanie and Aunt Betty.)