Saturday and Sunday, July 27 & 28 at 6 – 8 p.m.
When a drag show comes to town, Elvis impersonator Casey, trades in his role as “The King” to become an all-out queen with the help of some new friends who become the second family he never saw coming. The Legend of Georgia McBride takes us on a delightful journey of self-discovery through song, spectacle, and sequins!
Directed by Becky Daggett and Michael Rulon
Only need to attend one audition. Please arrive promptly at 6 p.m., as auditions may end before 8 p.m.
Rehearsals TBD upon consultation with cast. Most likely M-F and some weekends beginning August 5.
Production dates: Oct. 4 – 20, 2019
Audition sides will be cold reading.
People auditioning for Casey, Miss Tracy Mills, and Rexy/Jason should prepare a lipsync solo with mp3 or CD accompaniment.
Age ranges are flexible. Open to all ethnicities; ideally Casey and Jo should be of different ethnicities.
Casey, male, 20s
An Elvis impersonator turned drag queen. Optimistic and enthusiastic, but not terribly responsible. A talented performer and very adaptable.
Jo, female, 20s
Casey’s wife. Definitely the more organized and grounded member of the pair. Loves Casey but gets very frustrated with his lack of attention to practical matters.
Miss Tracy Mills, male, 40s-50s
An elegant and talented drag queen. Sassy and funny, but takes her job very seriously. A consummate professional with a nurturing side.
Rexy/Jason, male, 20s-30s
Rexy is a younger drag queen and the protégée of Tracy. She’s a good performer when she can hold her liquor and pills. Her devil-may-care attitude belies a difficult youth.
Jason is Casey’s best friend and landlord. He’s a laid-back dude, but he likes to have the rent paid on time.
(Note: Rexy and Jason are not the same character, but they are played by the same actor.)
Eddie, male, 50s-60s
Tracy’s cousin and Casey’s employer. Owner of a not-too-successful bar in Panama City Beach, FL. A terrible MC who eventually develops some flair with guidance from his cousin.