Synopsis by Jack Rodgers
A Buffalo resident named David (Don Scime) adopts a confident persona as the host of a gay-themed radio show, but remains lost and insecure in his real life. However, he must face his failures and become a better man when his sister (Antoinette LaVecchia) asks him to act as a father figure to a Brazilian orphan she's adopting. Directed by Aprill Winney, The David Dance is based on Scime's play of the same name.
Brazilian [nationality], father-figure, insecurity, orphan, radio-broadcaster, radio-personality, radio-shop, sister