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When best friends David (Stuart Perelmuter) and Eric (Brian Gligor) graduate from their small-town Kansas high school and join up with an all-male community theater in the big city, David is forced to come to terms with his heterosexuality in this comedy from first-time screenwriter/director Gil D. Reyes. David and Eric have been best friends for as long as either can remember, and when the day of their high-school graduation finally arrives, the longtime pals opt to move to the city and soon set their sights on Louisville, KY. As they landscape Aunt Collette's yard by day and join a local theater troupe staging a performance of "The Importance of Singing Earnest" by night, David slowly begins to realize that nearly everyone he has come to befriend in the city is gay. When Eric admits to a crush on the costume designer of the play, isn't long before David begins questioning his own sexuality.