When award-winning screenwriter Darlene Craviotto receives a call from Disney Studios asking her to write a musical PETER PAN for Steven Spielberg, with Michael Jackson in the starring role, it seems as though all of her Hollywood dreams are about to come true…
If she can just get out of the house.
Life isn’t exactly a walk in the park for this working mom, with two restless kids under six, a neurotic agent, a demanding studio head, and a loveable “under-employed” actor for a husband –
And then of course, there is Michael.
AN AGORAPHOBIC’S GUIDE TO HOLLYWOOD: HOW MICHAEL JACKSON GO ME OUT OF THE HOUSE is an irreverent, behind-the-scenes look at show business. It tells the true story of how an agoraphobic screenwriter learns to overcome her fear of stepping outside of the house, and starts to live her life again–thanks to a top secret project, an eccentric superstar, and the most important assignment of her career.