Synopsis: As two oddball female small-town cops search for their favorite discontinued donut, they unknowingly interrupt a covert national security mission.
Valery Lessard (Officer Sam)
Richard Brevard (Agent Asante)
Bryan Fitzgerald (Agent Peters)
Imani Russell (Angelo)
This kookie and absurd comedy flips the conventional male buddy-cop genre on its head with two females assuming the roles. It creates a fun farcical world that points a mirror at our own society that often takes itself too seriously, allowing us to see ourselves in a new light, and bring us all together, even if we don’t always agree.
Sarah Baskin is a NYC based actor and filmmaker. She recently co-created a one woman play A Poem and a Mistake, that premiered as a film/play hybrid at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) as part of their exhibition, A Biography of Daphne. Sarah is influenced by her many years of teaching master classes in acting, and seeks raw and unique moments that make characters and stories come to life. She is a company member of The Actors Center. BA: Vassar College; MFA: American Repertory Theatre / Moscow Art Theatre School at Harvard University. For more: www.sarahbaskin.com