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Cornish College of the Arts
Black Box - Room 102 (Follow the signs)
1000 Lenora St
If you get stumped after listing Fun Home when trying to list your top 3 shows with intelligent, queer women leads, you now understand one of the reasons for "Out in the Open"’s allure and eminent necessity. With society striding farther into progressive waters than it ever has, why do we still lack complex female roles in the theater, let alone for queer identified persons? This new play offers a peak into the life of “Bri,” who experiences the infinitely sophisticated pressures and choices of everyday life as she attempts to navigate unexpected relationships. In this "slice of life” production, we see the struggle for normalcy in a friendship that begins to bloom into something more, the discovery of the depth familial bonds when facing mortality, and the unmasking of a betrayer when the truth comes to light. This play never attempts to claim a moral or answer, but asks intelligent questions about the existentialism and common perplexities of life.
This 4 show production will mount the stage for the first time in the Alhadeff Studio in the Seattle Center on December 6th as the Thesis capstone for the playwright and director graduating from Cornish College of the Arts. After the workshopping of the script and first public performances, the production will be produced on a larger scale in the Seattle Theater community in the following year.
Rehearsals will be once a week for this scene until the full runs that begin in mid-November.
Character Breakdown / Project Needs
***Casting the grandmother: Margret (50+)
Already cast breakdown:
BRI: Hannah Morin
KATE: Hannah Kathline
SCOTT: Mykail Gholston
BRIANNA: Aly Bedford
October 15th 6:00pm-9:00pm Email for appointment
Callbacks or second audition/interview?
You will be given a side to prepare upon email confirmation.
No financial compensation for first production.
All cast will be considered for public production post-first showing, which will be paid.
Out in the Open added October 6, 2018, 12:14 am
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