At 46, Red Cullens finally has her life together. She has her own bar with an apartment above and a hot (and younger) boyfriend who plays the fiddle and isn’t very demanding. A call from her daughter upsets her equilibrium with the announcement that Red is going to have to take care of her two grandchildren whom she barely knows. She wasn’t so good at raising kids the first time around and can’t imagine she’ll do any better with two angry kids in an apartment above a bar. It is also inconvenient that she hasn’t mentioned to Cam, her boyfriend, that she has a daughter, let alone grandchildren.
In Red’s Hot Honky-Tonk Bar, Pamela Morsi brings to life a gritty woman with a past she’s not proud of, an attitude the size of Texas, and the possibility to make life less “together”, but much richer.