Samuel French, Inc., 2000 - 82 pages
Behind the scenes of a tempestuous hit television sitcom, a no holds barred confrontation pits movie turned television star Deanna Denniger against her show's creator producer Isaac Brooks. After this explosive opening the scene shifts backward through time to the show's well intentioned origins. Shifting allegiances and surprising layers of interlocking relationships surface to provide constantly surprising revelations. Diva was a hit at the Williamstown Theatre Festival and at La Jolla Playhouse.
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