mode. The film made Stark a star, but it's also the only thing for which she's remembered. The movie is being screened at a conference where three cultural critics/academics/pundits-Carmen Levy-Green (Blackwell again), Afua Assata Ejobo (Tkel), and Herb Forrester (Welch)-discuss Stark's legacy. She apparently disappeared from the spotlight following a 1973 appearance on Brad Donovan's (Love) television talk show (think: Dick Cavett), clips from which the cast enacts. These excerpts offer the cast another chance to parody a time period, the contentious '70s, with the same feral glee displayed in the first act. Only this time, the satire is leavened with a genuine measure of loss. This act presents an elliptical telling of Stark's life after her big break, and it's riddled with a failed marriage, professional exile, and the disappointment of living long enough to see yourself immortalized for something you're not entirely proud of.