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Wednesday
Mar012017

Call Redialed: Conference Call Facetime interview with "Sordid Lives'" Del Shores & Ann Walker

In "Call Me Adam's" first cross-country interview, I catch up with Sordid Lives' creator Del Shores & leading lady Ann Walker ("LaVonda"). With me in New York and Del & Ann in Los Angeles, we talk about their new film A Very Sordid Wedding (the sequel to the Sordid Lives franchise). From remembering Rue McClanahan to the state of the world we live in to finding hope, this is one sordid interview you don't want to miss!

A Very Sordid Wedding is the hilarious sequel to Del's play, film, and TV series Sordid Lives. The film brings back an all-star ensemble cast of characters, rooted in the Southern Baptist world of Winters, Texas, in the weeks following the U.S. Supreme Court’s same-sex marriage equality ruling where not everyone there is ready to accept it.

A Very Sordid Wedding makes it world premiere March 10, for an exclusive two-week run, at Camelot Theatres in Palm Springs, CA. Click here for more info!

For more on A Very Sordid Wedding be sure to visit http://www.averysordidwedding.com and follow the movie on Facebook and Twitter!

"Call Me Adam's" interview with Sordid Lives' Del Shores and Ann Walker:

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    Call Redialed: In "Call Me Adam's" first cross-country interview, I catch up with "Sordid Lives'" creator Del Shores & leading lady Ann Walker ("LaVonda"). With me in New York & Del & Ann in Los Angeles, we talk about their new film "A Very Sordid Wedding" (the sequel to the "Sordid Lives" franchise). From remembering Rue McClanahan to the state of the world we live in to finding hope, this is one sordid interview you don't want to miss! "A Very Sordid Wedding" premieres 3/10 at Camelot Theatres

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