BlueBarn Theatre Holding Auditions for Regional Premiere, ‘Buffalo Women’

BLUEBARN is proud to announce open auditions for the regional premiere of:

Buffalo Women
by Beaufield Berry with Music and Additional Lyrics by J. Isaiah Smith

Directed by Nik Whitcomb

Music Direction by Justin Payne

Saturday October 2nd, 2021: 1pm-4pm
BLUEBARN Theatre, 1106 S. 10th St

Tentative Workshop Dates: January 16th – January 22nd
Rehearsal Dates: April 24th – May 25th
Production Dates: May 26th – June 19th
Compensation: $2,000

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To schedule an audition, contact Chris at:

**All artists working at the BLUEBARN are required to have been vaccinated for COVID-19**

Company members needed:

CATHAY (30s-50s): Alto. Cathay is soft spoken and wise. A lot happens internally before she says anything externally. “Keeping my head down kept me alive.” Cathay is the trained soldier of the group. She knows how to attack and when. And always two steps ahead of their enemies. True historical figure.

BIDDY (30s-60s): Soprano. No-nonsense, intellectual, calculated. Biddy is a natural businesswoman…with big dreams and a rap number. Biddy has been on this type of journey with her own children, she’s the mama, the guider, the financial planner. She’s the Oprah. Hahahaha. True Historical figure.

STAGECOACH MARY (40s-70s): Contralto. Stagecoach is a fearless, cigar smoking, whiskey drinking, rifle carrying, mail carrying bad mamma jamma. She’s Bethulah with experience. True Historical Figure. Mary’s songs range from sexy ballads to high-stepping country.

PLAYWRIGHT (37): The playwright serves as the narrator, the dreamer, the snake, the historian, and the roadmap. Stepping in where context or a new element is needed, the playwright is omnipresent -past, present and future.

The roles of Bethulah and Zadie have already been cast.

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