Former child star Darrin Handler has had a rough time ever since he lost his job on the show Princess Patti’s Playhouse when it was cancelled fifteen years ago. When the show comes back on the air, Darrin thinks he’s a shoo-in for the role he played before, but he fails to convince the auditioners that he can still play a child. Desperate to get back to his glory days, Darrin decides to try method acting to learn to be a child again and get back the role he was born to play.

This short comedy film was produced by students at Northern Arizona University during the 2014-2015 school year as part of the UTV Films program and was the winner of multiple awards at the Northern Arizona Student Film Festival, including Outstanding Screenplay, Outstanding Directing, Outstanding Performance in a Lead Role (Zamar Massey as Darrin), Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role (Austin Kennedy as Sterling), and the festival's Grand Jury Prize!