Monday, October 9, 2017

Kim Zimmer & Carl Wallnau at Bickford in November

By Stephen Sachs
October 26 – November 5, 2017

Maude Gutman, a fifty-something unemployed bartender living in a trailer park, has bought a painting for a few bucks from a thrift store. Despite almost trashing it, she’s now convinced it’s a lost masterpiece by Jackson Pollock worth millions. But when world-class art expert Lionel Percy flies over from New York and arrives at her trailer home in Bakersfield to authenticate the painting, he has no idea what he is about to discover. Inspired by true events, this hilarious and thought-provoking new comedy-drama asks vital questions about what makes art and people truly authentic. Adult language.
Kim Zimmer, four-time Day Time Emmy Award Winner for Outstanding Lead Actress –  as Maude Gutman.
  • TV: Guiding Light (CBS), One Life to Live (ABC), Santa Barbara (NBC), The Doctors (CBS)
  • Episodic TV: Designing Women, Seinfeld, MacGyver, Models Inc., Babylon 5
  • Off-Broadway: Love, Loss, and What I Wore
  • North American tour of Broadway’s Wicked
  • Regional Theatre: Connecticut Repertory, Pittsburgh Civic Light Opera, Barn Theatre – Michigan.
Carl Wallnau, Artistic Director of Centenary Stage Theatre –  as Lionel Percy.
  • Professor of Theatre Arts and Chairman of the Fine Arts Department of Centenary University
  • Broadway and National Tour: Titanic
  • Regional: PA Shakespeare Festival, Centenary Stage, Hartford Stage, Bristol Riverside, Orlando Shakespeare Company, Arts Center of Coastal Carolina, Arden Theatre, Asolo Theatre
  • Author: Mary Todd: A Woman Apart (Centenary Stage, NJ and Samuel Beckett Theatre, NYC).
Thursday Night Chat – November 2
A post-performance discussion with the cast and creative team.

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