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The Dennis Hensley 5-Pack

by Dennis Hensley

Five comic short films featuring pop culture skewering (Screening Party, Dipshits), gay-in-the-life romance (Rubdown, Reunion) and aging diva lunacy (Evie Harris: Shining Star), all from the mind behind the best-selling novel Misadventures in the (213).
Genre: Spoken Word: Comedy
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1. Rubdown
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2. Reunion
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3. Dipshits
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4. Screening Party
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5. Evie Harris: Shining Star
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6. Rubdown Trailer
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7. Bobcat Nation: the Making of Reunion
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8. Screening Party Movie Bumps
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Writer-performer Dennis Hensley goes behind the camera in this quintet of semi-autobiographical comic short films, all of which played to packed houses at film festivals around the country. From the pop culture skewering of Screening Party and Dipshits to the gay-in-the-life romantic shenanigans of Reunion and Rubdown to the aging diva lunacy of Evie Harris: Shining Star, the warm and witty comic sensibility that made Hensley a best selling author (Misadventures in the (213), Screening Party) and media favorite (Radio with a Twist, Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D List) is on vivid display, even when he’s being tormented up and down Hollywood Boulevard by a drunken diva in Evie Harris: Shining Star.


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