Embarrassed groans and involuntary yawns are the noises likely to be heard emanating from viewers of this rank fluff about silencing one's critics.
Although budding theater impresario/acting coach Steve Maletti (Jeff Seymour) leads a hand-to-mouth existence, he ignores offers from pals to check out the greener pastures of cinema. When he finally snags two TV personalities (Ed Begley Jr. and Joe Spano) to appear in one of his productions, they
abandon the project to take up movie offers. Steve then manages to secure the West Coast rights to a new play by a heralded writer (Tom Dahlgren).
At this point, with all the elements for success in place, Steve learns ...