Synopsis: Whether he’s recalling details of his “slut” years or calling out the a**holes and b*tches he’s worked with, there is no subject off-limits in Del Shores: Sordid Confessions. “Del says what most people think. He has no censor — on or offstage. Audiences love him because of his ‘bless-their-hearts’ Texas charm,” explains Caroline Rhea. “I got off Paxil and I don’t give a shit anymore,” Shores warns. Del Shores is a writer, director, producer, activist and comic. His career took off with the 1987 play Daddy’s Dyin’ (“Who’s Got The Will?”) and the subsequent 1990 film. He is best known for his 1996 play “Sordid Lives” which became a film in 1999 and later gave birth to an acclaimed 2008 TV series for Logo. His other plays include Southern Baptist Sissies, The Trials and Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Housewife and most recently Yellow, which won him the Los Angeles Drama Critics Association Awards for Best Production and Best World Premiere. He recently completed his new film Blues For Willadean, staring Beth Grant, Octavia Spencer, Dale Dickey, David Steen and Debby Holiday due out in late 2012.