Fast-paced and funny adaptation of Sir James Barrie's play "Rosalind" brought up-to-date with several twists added. Smacking slightly of ALL ABOUT EVE, it tells the story of a young supermarket employee, Holden, who writes his first play about a nineteen-year-old girl and her forceful
mother. Holden truly believes he is a modern-day Shakespeare and is adamant about changes (as so many fledgling authors are). He meets Rogers, an aging leading lady, and her ex-husband, Paul Douglas, a stage producer. Douglas agrees to mount the play if Holden alters the age of the lead to 29 so
Rogers can play it believably. (Rogers was actually 42 at the time.) Meanwhile, pert Crowl...