Evan doesn't care much about anything, Beverly cares a lot about herself and Stefan just needs someone to care about him. A bittersweet comedy about three friends in their twenties navigating the 'scene' in Cape Town, growing up and growing a conscience. Also there is considerable mention of Sally Field.
Wessel Pretorius debuts with his first full length English production I LOVE YOU SALLY FIELD as writer and director, having spent most of his time creating and performing in Afrikaans theatre over the past few years. He uses a cast of up-and-coming actors of considerable skill and talent to poke fun at the pretension, hysteria and self-awareness that comes with trying to 'adult' in a metropolitan scene today. Three distinct voices get to voice their secret (or perhaps not so secret) desires and neuroses: Evan - the part time model and graphic designer who is trying to perfect the art of cool apathy, Beverly - the woke wannabe poet/artist/whatever who can't seem to crack the love game and Stefan - the Afrikaans boy from Ermelo who would like to be a writer but is currently serving burgers in a tank top.