TORONTO, Aug. 3 (UPI) --
It may be 17 years since "Dynasty" went off the air, but the primetime prima donnas' battle resumes when Joan Collins and Linda Evans
reunite on the stage.
The "Dyansty" divas are rehearsing for "Legends," a theatrical comedy about two fading movie stars who hate each other but are forced to work together because they need the money, reported Entertainment Tonight.
The characters in the play exchange heated barbs and trash-talk each other in commercials for the upcoming play.
"It gets as crazy as you can get," Collins tells Entertainment Tonight in an interview. "We get stoned on hash brownies. We have a pillow fight. There's a possibility that we might rip off each other's hair pieces."
"Legends," which was first produced in 1986 starring Carol Channing and Mary Martin, will open in Toronto and tour the United States in hopes of winding up on Broadway in 2007.
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