Oh, the irony. Former Memphis actors Kevin Jones and Michael Holiday, best known for their trashy portrayals of wanton waitresses and randy rednecks in Playhouse on the Square s annual production of A Tuna Christmas, have, it seems, found their niche. Both performers have been hired by a theater company in Tampa to perform in a show titled Trailer Trash Tabloid. It just goes to prove the time-honored adage: You can take the boy out of the pink hot pants, but you can t take the pink hot pants out of the boy.


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