Synopsis by Mark Deming
The girl next door learns to love the girl next door in this broadly satiric musical comedy. April Pfferpot (Kirsten Holly Smith) is a young woman from a small town in Arkansas who begins having second toughts on the day of her wedding to insufferable jock Dick Dickson (Michael Dotson). April's second thoughts are extreme enough that she opts to put a bullet through her skull rather than walk down the aisle, but afterward, she awakens to discover that she's not actually dead -- she has instead been magically transported to the (almost) all-female Isle of Lesbos, where she shows up just in time to witness a pagan same-sex marriage and earn the immediate interest of rough-hewn Blatz Balinski (Danica Sheridan). Dick, not the sort of man to take being stood up lightly, tracks April down to Lesbos, where he soon makes the acquaintance of the only man on the island, Lance The Nance, The Fruitball Slave (Alex Boling), whose job is to keep the island tidy. Lance is being held on the island against his will, and he will be released only if a straight male will succumb to his seductive powers, which makes him all the more interested in Dick. Meanwhile, back in Arkansas, a sudden rash of sexual deformities has swept the village, and Dr. Sigmoid Colon (Jeff B. Harmon) is brought in to help. Along the way, the cast treats us to 15 songs, including "Same Sex Love", "Lesbian Rock", and "Mojo Man".
damsel-in-distress, janitor, lesbianism, rescue, sex, suicide, suicide-attempt, wedding