A world premiere play by local Colorado playwright Christie Brenner Winn.
Directed By: Michelle Claire Romeo
CABARET KALISZ is an exploration of the human spirit and how it crumbles and triumphs in adversity. In their attempt to survive the bleak existence of living in a barn on a Nazi German labor camp, five women are challenged to maintain a semblance of dignity and to find hope in an otherwise hopeless situation.
September 16th 6-9 pm at Theatre O in Boulder, CO.
5311 Western Ave Boulder, CO 80301
Monday, September 17th 6-9PM
· Performances held in Theatre O in Boulder.
· Friday & Saturday night November 9th and 10th @ 8 pm
· Sunday Matinee Nov. 11th 2pm
· Thursday, Friday, and Saturday Nov. 15th, 16th, 17th @ 8 pm
CAST BREAKDOWN FIVE WOMEN
NATALIA:(Late teens) Polish Jew. Performed in the cabaret as a singer before the War. Energetic, naïve and hopeful.
SONIA:(20’s) Russian Jew. Took care of her sick mother before the War. Suffers from survivor’s guilt.
RITA: (20’s) Roma-Gypsy. Keeps to herself. Proud of her heritage.
ALICE: (Mid 40’s) Austrian Jew. Nurturing and pragmatic. Worked as a cobbler before the War. Widowed at a young age, mother of three boys.
TOSHIA: (Late 50’s) Polish Jew. Stoic. Worked as a tailor in the Jewish quarter of Krakow before the War. Believes hard work will save
WHAT TO PREPARE
If interested in auditioning- Please e-mail email@example.com
Indicate the role/roles in which you are interested in.
Two contrasting sides for each role and a confirmation e-mail will be sent back to you. Please be prepared to read from the side/ sides the night of the audition.