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CHOIR BOY AUDITIONS
by Tarell Alvin McCraney
Tarell Alvin McCraney was one of the executive producers of Moonlight, the 2017 Oscar winner for Best Picture, which was adapted from his play
In the Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue.

directed by Swaine Kaui

Show runs August 18, 2017 - Sept. 3, 2017

Auditions Saturday, July 8th at 1pm & Sunday, July 9th at 10am

HEADMASTER MARROW – Late 30s/early 40s man of color, is the youngest and latest headmaster of the Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys. He is paternal uncle to Bobby Marrow.

PHARUS JONATHAN YOUNG – Late teens, an effeminate young man of color.  Begins the play a junior at the Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys and the lead of the school's famous choir.  he is roommates with AJ James.

MR. PENDELETON – Late 60s/70s, white male, professor at the Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys

BOBBY MARROW – Mid to late teens, a young man of color.  Bobby is a junior at the Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys and a member of the school's choir. He is also nephew to Headmaster Marrow.

JUNIOR DAVIS – A teenage young man of color and a junior at the Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys. He is a member of the school's choir.

ANTHONY JUSTIN "AJ" JAMES – Late teens, an athletic young man of color a senior at the Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys.  He is a member of the school's choir and the school's baseball team.  He is roommates with Pharus Young.

DAVID HEARD – Late teens, a young man of color, a seenior at the Charles R. Drew Prep School for Boys.  He is a member of the school's choir.

BOY AUDITIONS
by Anna Ziegler
directed by Jim Aina

Auditions July 29th 1pm to 5pm
& July 30th 5pm to 9pm

Show runs Oct. 6 - 22, 2017

Adam Turner: early/mid 20s, working class but self-educated, gentle, raw

Dr. Wendell Barnes: 40s-50s, warm & genial. He's passionate about his work and his ideals; he's the smartest guy in the room but tries not to show it.

Jenny Lafferty: Adam's girlfriend (early-mid 20s), Jenny is a bit toughened and wary but still hoping for wonderful things, working class.

Trudy Turner: Adam's mother (30's40s); warm and lost and hopeful, trying to make sense of a confusing world and doing her best.

Doug Turner: Adam's father (30s-40s), a man of not many words, working class and in over his head, just trying to get by.

email tag@hawaii.rr.com to read the script