Director Lloyd Dallas and his troupe of exhausted actors are working slowly through final adjustments for their touring production, “Nothing On”. Mere hours before opening and with rehearsal dragging late into the night, the show is edging closer and closer to derailment. Missed lines, botched entrances, and waylaid props threaten to spoil any chance of success.
Those fears are proven a month later when Lloyd drops in on a matinee of the tour. Backstage, several of the show's cast members barely speak to one another, the lead actress refuses to appear, and unhappy personal entanglements compromise the quality onstage.
As the final performance approaches, it's clear that “Nothing On” has become a complete disaster. The show goes on, but with only minimal resemblance to its script, and the tour flounders hilariously to its conclusion.