In Neil LaBute's raunchy sitcom and Hollywood satire The Money Shot, Steve and Karen are aging actors who desperately need a hit. On the eve of a "climactic" day of shooting, they finally tell their significant others what's to come in their new film Jackhammer. The night turns nasty but bitingly funny when Karen's politically correct girlfriend and Steve's bimbo of a wife go for the jugular. Directed by LaBute himself, The Money Shot boasts a star-studded cast: Eric McCormack (Will & Grace), Amber Tamblyn (Two and a Half Men) and Jennifer Westfeldt (Friends with Kids) star in the play The New York Times called an "insightful, bloodletting Hollywood satire" at L.A. Theatre Works.
The actors will perform without sets or costumes for later broadcast on public radio nationwide.