Props are important, and so is making thunder and closing curtains. Junebug takes these jobs very seriously: The Blue Moon is a serious playhouse, and her parents' pride and joy. But lately the stagehand mindset--go unnoticed, don't say a word, be as invisible as you can--is applying to Junebug's life offstage as well. And that's not a role she's happy with. As Junebug starts speaking up--about her sister's ego, about the weird kid on staff, about her mom's abrupt departure, and about her father's new leading lady--she begins to realize that it's hard to work without a script...and that sometimes scenes play out in ways that aren't intended.