Apparently a Mr. Larry Myers, in addition to being a Hollywood gossip columnist is also a playwright. According to Page Six, his latest project may be just a bit too highbrow, though.
a fan asked him if his new play, "Stephen Crane & Dangerous Women," was about "the 'Hogan's Heroes' guy who did home porno flicks." Myers replied: "That was Bob Crane. Think 'Red Badge of Courage.' "Of course, that story (Bob's, that is) has already been splendidly dramatized by Paul Schraeder in his film Auto Focus, which in addition to many other squirm-inducing moments includes the most accurately pathetic depiction of dinner theatre, ever.
Other than Kevin Kline's unforgettable Willy Loman refilling drinks routine in "Soapdish."*
But I digress...
*Correction: Yes, it's "SoapDISH," not "Soapbox." Obvious Freudian slip. And yes, it's a bad movie, but great scene, nonetheless.