March 27, 28, and 29—7 pm
Give My Regards to Broadway
Book by Shubert Fendrich
Music and Lyrics by George M Cohan
Roles for 10 females and 5 males.
Dick Foster is opening a
Broadway show but is having problems with both money and his leading
lady. Will newcomer Mary Collins achieve her big dream of stardom, or will
a mobster’s antics bring down the curtain? Fun characters, combined with Cohan’s
beloved tunes make for a good time!
Cast of characters: Dick Foster, director, age
25-45; Eddie Cowles, pianist, 25-45; Trixie, chorus girl, Leg’s girl, 25-35;
Betty, chorus girl, Eddie’s girl, 20-35; Flossie, chorus girl, 18-30; Suzie,
chorus girl, 18-30; Connie, chorus girl, 18-30; Hilda, chorus girl, 18-30; Mona
Monroe, Broadway star (non- singing), 31+; Mary Collins, aspiring actress,
20-25; Legs Ruby, bookie, 40+; Millie, attractive girl, Betty’s niece, 18;
Mugsy, gangster hit man (non- singing), 40+; Babs, his “moll” (non- singing),
40+; Donald Harper, “Harvard man,” 20-24.
Ages listed are suggestions only. We can be
flexible. All ages (high schoolers to senior citizens) are encouraged to
Acting—Read from the script. No monologues
Singing—Bring your own accompaniment on CD, or
sing along with one of our George M Cohan songs from the show.
Dancing—Wear comfortable clothing and be
prepared to move on stage. Dance
experience is a plus, but not necessary.
For more info, contact Cheryl at firstname.lastname@example.org