Theodore Billings appeared in many a production at the Little Rock community theater where he received decent reviews as Biff in Death of a Salesman. He moved to Hollywood to pursue his dream. After years of struggling in this merciless town, he took a job as a giant crow holding an ad on a street corner. At least it was still acting he told himself. He made the part his own with dance moves like no one before him. A big time casting agent who had stopped at the red light took notice and handed him her card for an audition. He got an expensive haircut, put on his finest suit and repeated his mantra, “this part is mine.” Oh yes, he was going to nail this one. When he opened the door to the casting office a look of shock overcame him. The room was full of men dressed as crows.