“A Spaghetti Western with Songs”

The Nevada Desert. 1847. The tiny town of San Lorenzo is terrorized by a ruthless villain named Lagarto. He has brutally murdered the town’s sheriff, kidnapped his sixteen-year-old daughter Lucinda, and turned her into a killing machine with a taste for human flesh. The people of San Lorenzo are too weak to fight, but Miranda Coolidge, owner of the local saloon has something Lagarto wants— a secret treasure that the late sheriff hid somewhere in the desert, and when a stranger with a mysterious past blows into town, she and the local preacher find real reason to hope.


Written by Eva Anderson & Keythe Farley
Music by Anthony Bollas

Cast: Richard Azurdia, Ann Closs-Farley, Michael Dunn, Cameron Dye, Wallis Hearst, Joe Hernandez-Kolski, Travis Michael Holder, Dylan Kenin, David Natale and Molly O’Neill

Set by Francois-Pierre Couture
Costumes by Ann Closs-Farley
Lighting by Dan Weingarten
Sound by Rebecca Kessin


Variety: “Stranger has the visceral kick and grungy, lived-in feel of a Sergio Leone classic.”

LA Theatre: “Anderson and Farley have effectively captured the flavor, brooding menace, and bloody violence of the genre”


LA Drama Critics Circle
Winner Best Fight Choreography (Victor Warren)
Nominee Musical Score (Anthony Bollas)
Nominee Lighting Design (Dan Weingarten)

LA Weekly Award
Best Fight Choreography
Nomination for Best Comedy Direction (Keythe Farley)