This mocumentary series explores the multi-colored personalities and idiosyncrasies of the theatre world and throws you head-on into the middle of an all-out feud between the cast and crew of an upcoming production of Romeo & Juliet. Let the crazy antics begin.
by Devon Armstrong
- Season 1
All is not well at the Warner Grand Theater: a simmering feud between the cast and the crew flares up into open mutiny three days before Romeo and Juliet is set to open.
The Show Must Go On
In search of a new Mercutio, Joanne drags Ian to a low-rent production of Shakespeare-in-the-parking-lot, where guerilla-theater denizens Jack and Orson struggle to save their sets from being turned into makeshift housing by the local crackheads.
O, She Doth Teach the Torches to Burn Bright
As the new Mercutio, Orson realizes he's bitten off more than he can chew, finding himself both tormented by Ian and dragged into the middle of the cast/crew feud. But could a surprise meeting with Martina, the resident costume designer, turn a bud of love to a beauteous flower?
On a vengeful rampage, Kira returns fire on Bashkim for his psychological sabotage and asserts dominance over Martina for messing with her new plaything, Orson.
The Queen is Dead
Martina and Orson have a confrontation with an unexpected ending. Preview night ends with a bang as Bashkim exacts revenge on Kira — did he and the crew finally go to far? Ian is apoplectic.
All Are Punished
The feud reaches a fever pitch outside the elephant doors. As Ian reaches the end of his rope, Bashkim, Milan and Orson find themselves tossed out in the street. They seek out Jack, who has made an inauspicious business decision that lands the trio in some hot...ash.
By Any Other Name
Kira struggles with the arrogant and talentless son of a board member, who has replaced Milan as Romeo. Martina and Joanne realize that Ian is in denial about the fact that the upcoming production is shaping up to be a catastrophe...oh, and some Albanians with a blood feud are trying to track down Bashkim.
It's opening night! And everything is teetering on disaster. But Joanne has a plan to oust Ian's second-rate replacements and restore Milan, Ian and Bashkim to their rightful places. But Ian won't be made a fool of, especially now that the head of the theater's board, Carlylsle, is breathing down his neck.
A Glooming Peace
Orson, Milan, Bashkim and Joanne stage an all-out coup. But Ian isn't going down without a fight. Literally.
Theatre is like sausage — if you love it, you should never watch it being made.
The Grover Complex
Farah Goes Bang
I Lost My Mind
Living With Models
The Benefits of Gusbandry
Shiny Baby Goats