"Delicious romantic romp"
In Paradise Beach, Florida Circuit Court Judge Frederick J.
Dipshot rules that octogenarian Mary Todd is incompetent and
names her nephew Linus responsible for her and her estate.
Mary's attorney Richard Wesley III did a great job
representing his client. However, unbeknownst to him the
senior citizen had a reason to lose and by refusing to
testify on her own behalf, it cost him the case.
Erin Kelly is outraged that her friend Mary has lost her
independence to an unprincipled loser like Linus. Erin
begins a campaign to rescue her buddy using the very tricks
that Mary taught her. Richard tries to stop Erin because
he knows only through legal channels can Mary regain her
freedom. The devious Mary observes the twosome fall in
love while trying to trump one another even as apparent mob
warfare seems to be playing out on the beach stage.
BREAKING ALL THE RULES is a humorous return to Sue Civil-
Brown's unique take on the Sunshine State. The story line
is outrageous, wacky, and fun as Mary plays puppeteer in
her usual havocking style. The antics of the lead couple and
key support cast will delight those in the audience who
find paradise in an amusing contemporary romantic romp.
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted August 15, 2002