The Amorous Ambassador

Photo by Rusty Strait/The Valley ChronicleMichael Parker’s “Amorous Ambassador” at the Ramona Hillside Players. ■ Rusty Strait / Senior Reporter Another title for Michael Parker’s “Amorous Ambassador”—that recently played at the Ramona Hillside Players—could have been “A Romp at the Embassy” because there was as much time hitting the hay as tending to diplomatic duties. And a romp it was. When the ambassador, his wife, and daughter tell each other they have separate weekend plans away from their ambassadorial abode outside London, it seems as though each will be off to a happy holiday. But, the plot thickens forever after. Father and daughter have other plans, which they more or less

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