We are currently accepting video auditions for Steel Magnolias through June 28. Please check back for information regarding Jest a Second!

Steel Magnolias

By Robert Harling
Directed by Tara Falk

Deadline: Video submissions will be accepted through June 28

Preparations: Monologue in the genre of the role for which you are auditioning, not to exceed 90 seconds total

Contract: For this production, only NON-union contracts will be offered, all roles paid

Callbacks: Callbacks will be by invitation only either by video submission or in person with preparation of requested materials

Cherry Creek Theatre does not believe in discrimination based on color, race, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, disabilities, gender, or otherwise. All performers, including those of color, ethnicities, age, gender identity, and performers with disabilities, are encouraged to audition and will be given full consideration.

Roles Available

  • Truvy Jones – 40 ish. Owner of the beauty shop. Female-identifying; any race/ethnicity.
  • Annelle Dupuy-Desoto – 19 ish. Beauty shop assistant. Female-identifying; any race/ethnicity.
  • Clairee Belcher – 66 ish. Widow of former mayor. Grande dame. Female-identifying; any race/ethnicity.
  • Shelby Eatenton-Latcherie – 25 ish. Prettiest girl in town. Female-identifying; any race/ethnicity.
  • M’Lynn Eatenton – 50 ish. Shelby’s mother. Socially prominent career woman. Female-identifying; any race/ethnicity.
  • Ouiser Boudreaux – 66 ish. Wealthy curmudgeon. Acerbic but lovable. Female-identifying; any race/ethnicity.

Rehearsals

September 13–30, 2021
Evenings and some weekends.

Table reads will be arranged according to the director’s schedule prior to September 13.

Performances

October 1–24, 2021
Elaine Wolf Theatre, Mizel Arts & Culture Center
350 S. Dahlia Street
Fridays & Saturdays, 7:30pm
Sundays, 2:00pm

Description

In a small Louisiana town, Truvy’s beauty salon is the heart of the community. Every day, six women gather to talk about their lives and loves, children and careers, hopes and hair in Robert Harling’s hilarious and heartfelt play. Full of unforgettable characters, witty dialogue, and heartbreaking moments, this beloved classic will have you laughing through the tears.