Unicorn Plan-It Teaser VIDEO: Unicorn Horror Picture Show

So, Haviland Stillwell, star of stage, screen, soundroom and Unicorn Plan-It, just sent me the team’s latest teaser video, describing it as “maybe the weirdest teaser video yet! Starring the always hilarious Sherri D. Sutton.”

Before we launch into what will surely be some of the strangest 53 seconds of your day, let’s refresh everybody’s memory regarding what this Unicorn Plan-It thing is all about (already refreshed? Scroll away, kittens!)

UNICORN PLAN-IT is a tight little comedy best described as Modern Family meets Kell on Earthmeets “a bunch of hot lesbians in West Hollywood.” Has anyone made a show about that last one?

Three co-workers, one crazy boss and one enlightened fairy-tale-haired spiritual healer face the slings and arrows of everyday life as event planners and ladykillers and homosexuals.

“We refer to everyone as Unicorns, because gay people love them, because they are magical and lovely, and also, they are really just lesbian horses. Obvs. Holler. UNICORN PLAN-IT…Get horny.”

This show is written, directed, produced and edited by Real Lesbian Females who want to make you laugh, make you proud of who you are and generally make your life better in every way. Who are these real lesbian females? Haviland Stillwell (TV/Broadway actressrecording artistvlogstar, voice of Yasmin in THE BRATZ!), Sarah Croce (Actress, Miss AprilGirl TalkFake-Whitney) and Ashley Reed (writer, upcoming film HART’S LOCATION, once recorded a song for you). This episode also features comedian Sherri D. Sutton and actors Catherine Wadkins and Amir Levi.

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