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Here’s my truncated play-by-play: Stacy looks longingly at Kelly, who is dancing with a guy. ”As soon as Kelly’s alone, Stacy makes her move, just as Tay gets up on stage to croon an R&B ballad (don’t ask).
She apologizes for misleading him, he wanders off for greener (straighter) pastures, and then we finally get to the good part. Stacy gets encouragement from Cassie and Charles, who tell her, “What do you have to lose?
Her Off-Broadway credits include Eugene Ionesco's Bald Soprano and Jack or the Submission, Jose Quintero's award winning production of Circle in the Square's The Balcony, as well as Desire Under the Elms and A Moon For the Misbegotten, Shadow of Heroes, Deirdre of the Sorrows, U. She has performed both classics and new plays at Los Angeles' Mark Taper Forum, L. Her Movie-of-the-Week appearances include From Here to Eternity, Tomorrow's Child, Portrait of A Mistress, The Grace Kelly Story, etc. Jens played the role of Sarah Bernhardt in their critically acclaimed production of Memoir.
Jens was a charter member of Elia Kazan's company at Lincoln Center where she starred in After the Fall, Tartuffe, But For Whom Charlie and later under Jules Irving 's direction, Mary Stuart and Ride Across Lake Constance.
On January 29, 2010, ABC Family announced the cancellation of the series after four seasons.
It was approved for a second season, which premiered September 4, 2007.
Vanessa Hudgens' song "Say OK" had been used in a commercial to promote the second season.
, which Stunt Double teased last week, the openly gay minister’s daughter Stacy (Sharon Pierre-Louis) finally got up the nerve to ask the girl she has a crush on to dance — and she said yes. So Stacy takes Cassie’s younger brother Tay (Mishon Ratliff) instead, because’s he’s nice and safe (he’s only 14). No one else at the prom gives them a second glance, except Stacy’s dad, who leaves in a huff (he was a chaperone).
At the beginning of the episode, Stacy is bitching to a sympathetic Cassie (Erica Hubbard) and her boyfriend Charles (Robert Adamson) about how prom is only fun “if you’re straight,” but she won’t ask Kelly (Tiffany Hines) to the prom because she’s “not even sure she likes girls.” When Stacy finally does ask Kelly if she’s going to the prom with anyone, Kelly says yes (some guy asked her) and totally misses why Stacy is asking her this in the first place. After some awkward banter about how beautiful they both look, Stacy asks Kelly to dance. They start to slow-dance together, awkwardly at first.