Stillpointe Theatre Initiative AND The Strand Theater present this BALTIMORE PREMIERE of the musical
THE BUBBLY BLACK GIRL SHEDS HER CHAMELEON SKIN
Written by Kirsten Childs
Directed by Ryan Michael Haase
Musical Direction by Stacey Antoine
Choreography By Amanda J. Rife
WHEN: Wednesday, December 19, 7-9 PM; Callbacks will be held Sunday, December 23, 4-7 PM
WHERE: Strand Theater, 1823 N. Charles Street, Baltimore
What's a black girl from sunny Southern California to do? White people are blowing up black girls in Birmingham churches. Black people are shouting "Black is beautiful" while straightening their hair and coveting light skin. Viveca Stanton's answer: Slap on a bubbly smile and be as white as you can be! In a humorous and pointed coming-of-age story spanning the sixties through the nineties, Viveca blithely sails through the confusing worlds of racism, sexism and Broadway showbiz until she's forced to face the devastating effect self-denial has had on her life.
THE CAST: 5 men, 6 women; (doubling, Diverse, AND flexible casting)
WHAT TO PREPARE?
Please bring a head shot and resume and prepare 16 Bars of an UP-TEMPO, CONTEMPORARY, piece of Musical Theatre.
ALL AUDITIONS/TIMES ARE FIRST COME FIRST SERVE
SHOW DATES: FEBRUARY 7-23; rehearsals beginning AFTER Christmas
Feel free to e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for questions or concerns about the audition dates AND times.
* THIS MUSICAL, WILL BE A BALTIMORE PREMIERE, AND THE WRITER HAS ALREADY HEARD WORD OF STRAND’S PRODUCING IT. THEY HOPE TO PROVIDE AMAZING OPPORTUNITIES FOR ALL INVOLVED.