Colorado - The famous Denver Dopeheads troupe will be auditioning this weekend for its forthcoming blockbuster modern interpretation of the 1936 Pullitzer-winning Margaret Mitchell classic.
Actors will interpret the American Civil War from a cannabis smoker's point of view with heroine Scarlett O'Hara living at Tara, her family's cannabis plantation in Colorado.
The play's main protagonist Rhett Butler is portrayed as a major skunk dealer who cleans up the entire North-South Conflict market by supplying all sides with high grade Confederate weed.
And so on and so forth.
Commenting on the technicalities of adapting a three and a half hour film for the stage local Denver theater impresario Dave Pothead said that the secret was plenty of cannabis-laced candy served to the audience during commercial breaks.
One ounce of Denver Double Demon retails at around one thousand bucks.