Subtitled Or Why Princess Margaret Could Never Be a Kappa Kappa Gamma, this new play by ever-creative writer-producer Ted Swindley features three generations of Southern belles who reveal what it takes to live in a society that has not gone with the wind. Based on the book by the late Maryln Schwartz, a longtime Dallas Morning News columnist known for her humorous take on Southern culture, the script makes clear that being a Dixie beauty is not a part-time job. Instead, it is clearly a cradle-to-grave commitment. The ladies ponder things like the Top 10 funeral casseroles, the 12 signs of the silver pattern Zodiac, the 10 golden rules of a Southern belle, plus fashion faux pas, hairdos, beauty pageants and football. Swindley directs, and his cast features Tammy Sutherland, Michele Glenn and Krista Graham.