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.)