A wry comedy by Stephen Sachs
Directed by Argo Thompson & Kimberly Kalember
November 17 - December 2, 2017
A hilarious and thought-provoking true story (almost) about what makes art and people truly authentic.
Now a TBA Recommended Production!
THE STORY: A down-on-her luck bartender buys a painting for a few bucks at a local thrift store. She’s convinced it’s a lost masterpiece worth millions. When a world-class art expert arrives at her trailer home in Bakersfield to authenticate the painting, he has no idea what he is about to discover.
- Director: Argo Thompson & Kimberly Kalember
- Set Designer: Argo Thompson
- Lighting Designer: April George
- Sound Designer: Joe Winkler
- Costume Designer: TBD
- Stage Manager: April George
“Not to be missed! [BAKERSFIELD MIST] tackles large creative questions with well-timed zingers.”
“Thoroughly entertaining…Put a smile on my face and kept my brain buzzing for a good while afterward."
—The Times (London)
“Wonderfully funny! Entertaining…one of the best plays on now in London. Terrific! Definitely the genuine article.”
—The Telegraph (London)
“Sachs’ short, clever play is a battle of wits.”
—The New York Times
“It’s exhilarating in the extreme when a play strikes rich on every conceivable level. A wry two-hander that handles highbrow artistic issues while zinging in plenty of uproarious one-liners. A perfect marriage of emotion and ideas that is rare indeed.”
—Los Angeles Times