O.K., so being an actor, isn't a cakewalk. We knew that before "The Dramatics: A Comedy," so melodramatically told us that, but it doesn't hurt to be reminded of it in such a heartwarming, screwball and somewhat zany manner. I like the folks in this film and I like the way in which they have reiterated the truth we all know about show business in general and acting in particular. However, the other underlying truth of acting is: acting/show business has little mercy for those who find someone they care about. Show business creates and destroys more relationships perhaps more than any other business, because its core is based on emotions and emotional connections. More relationships have ended than can be counted because of the immense emotional strain placed on people in the business, even between two folks who KNOW they should be together. To rise above one's ambition, opportunities and career destiny presents herculean challenges and requires great fortitude, which few have in reserve to overcome for very long. It is refreshing to see that there may be a few who do--though they may stumble in and out of it along the way.