Rosie Taravella's "Let's Put on a Show" offers a retrospective collection of her plays from the 1990s, a testament to her unique talent for character-driven humor and truthful narratives. The anthology includes "Pa's Funeral," a comedic exploration of a family unraveled by the patriarch's death and unexpected surprises he leaves behind. "Rose's Bowl-O-Rama" flips the lives of bowling alley workers and patrons when an advertising agency considers them for a TV endorsement. "A Shrink in the Family" follows the return of a professional therapist to her hometown, where her judgmental family awaits. "Lovers Lake" is a romantic comedy featuring two park rangers with contrasting personalities vying for leadership. "Hide and Freak" is a poignant monodrama that features a woman grappling with her dysfunctional past. Lastly, "The Wives" provides a humorous and touching account of five women, acquainted through their husbands' company picnics, attempting to bond. "Let's Put on a Show" encapsulates Taravella's knack for authentic dialogue, humor, and touching storytelling.