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by Frank Wildhorn, Don Black, and Ivan Menchell
Show Dates: April 6,7,13,14, 20 & 21 at 8:00 PM
April 8 and 14 at 2:00 PM
Must be available during the afternoon of April 7th and the morning of April 22. Other dates to hold are April 10, 11, 17, and 18th.
Rehearsals will be held at both Town and Country Players and at Camelot School, 31 Flower Hill Drive, Pennington, NJ, depending on weather and convenience for cast members.
Auditions & Callbacks
Town and Country Players - Holloway Hall
(Please park in the back of the building)
4158 York Road, Buckingham, PA
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 6:00 - 9:00pm
Saturday, January 6, 2018 9:00 - 11:00am / 3:00 - 5:00 pm
Sunday, January 7, 2018 7:30 (Callbacks by Invitation only)
Audition appointments can be scheduled by sending an e-mail to director Susan Galli at email@example.com.
with your name and telephone number. Please indicate your preferred audition time and any times you are not available to audition.
If you are unavailable for these audition dates, scheduling alternative audition dates and times may be possible.
*Actors in BONNIE AND CLYDE, The Musical are unpaid. This is a non-Equity Production
For more information or questions contact Director, Susan Galli firstname.lastname@example.org
Director: Susan Galli email@example.com
Producer: Victoria Schultheis
Musical/Vocal Director: Lee Milhous
Stage Manager: Deremy Dove
ABOUT THE SHOW:
At the height of the Depression, in the heart of Texas, a young Bonnie Parker falls passionately in love with Clyde Barrow, a charismatic criminal on the run from the law. Their love affair soon spirals out of control, as Bonnie and Clyde commit a series of bank robberies. As their notoriety--and body count--rises, the ill-fated lovers find themselves racing to the top of the Public Enemies list.
All listed ages are approximate and subject to some change depending on our turnout.
Clyde Barrow (Male, 18-25 / Vocal Range C5 to A2) A charming small-town boy who craves notoriety. Bonnie's reckless, bold, daring lover.
Bonnie Parker (Female, 18-25 / Vocal Range F5 to G3) A beautiful girl torn between love and fame. Clyde's ambitious, stubborn lover.
Marvin "Buck" Barrow (Male, 25-35 / Vocal Range G4 to B2) Clyde's brother and an outlaw troubled by his wife's distaste for his lifestyle. Adventurous and loyal to Clyde but very much in love with his wife.
Blanche Barrow (Female, 25-35 / Vocal Range Eb5 to G3) A religious woman who disapproves of the criminal lifestyle. Honorable and righteous. Married to, and very in love with Buck Barrow.
Cumie Barrow (Female, 40-55) A kind woman among those suffering in the Depression. Loyal and selfless. Mother to Clyde and Buck.
Ted Hinton (Male, 18-25 / Vocal Range A4 - C3) A police officer struggling to separate his feelings from his duties. Kind and honest. Madly in love with Bonnie, somewhat awkward around her.
Young Clyde Barrow (Male, 8 - 12 / Vocal Range A5 to B3)
Young Bonnie Parker (Female, 8-12 / Vocal Range C5 to C#4)
Emma Parker (Female, 40-55) Bonnie's widowed mother. Fragile, caring, sensitive.
Preacher (Male, 40-65 / Vocal Range C5 to A2) The town's evangelist. Loud, passionate, boisterous.
Henry Barrow (Male, 45-55) A hard-working man, struggling to survive. Humble and quiet. Father of Clyde and Buck.
Governor Miriam Ferguson (Female, 40 - 70) An enforcer of the law and Governor of Texas. Tough and harsh.
Captain Frank Hamer (Male, 45-65) A retired Texas Ranger who joins the hunt for Bonnie and Clyde. Recruited by Governor Ferguson.
Bob Alcorn (Male, 30-45) The best sharpshooter in Texas. Recruited by Frank Hamer, he helps hunt down Bonnie and Clyde.
Ensemble Singing and non-singing roles: Store Clerks; Cops/Guards; Bank Customers; Choir; Bread Line Folk