by John F. Kaiser III – Navarro County Gazette
Auditions for Pam C. Dudley’s Breakfast, directed by Alysia Harris, will be held January 3 and 4 at the WLAC theatre on the main stage at 6:30pm.
Originally slated to be performed as a Reader’s Theatre Workshop earlier this year, the play will now be a full production to open February 17, 2022. Breakfast requires a diverse cast of various ages and ethnicities. To help get the word out about auditions, please share the details with anyone who you think might be interested in helping bring this important piece of theatre to life.
Breakfast is an intergenerational historical drama, set in Corsicana, Texas on the first day of school integration in 1970. With 17-year old Cora at the center, a series of interconnected, two person, one-act plays serve up the grits and grit of this small town coming of age story. Inspired by events in rural Texas towns.
17-year old, Black female, student
34-45-year old, Black male, mill worker, Cora’s father
9-year old, Black male, 5th grader, Cora’s brother
26-year old, white female, teacher, Junior’s teacher
30-year old, white male, teacher and Vietnam veteran
REV. ELIJAH TUCKER
46-year old, Black male, Baptist pastor
9-year old, white male, 5th grader, Ms. Hattie’s grandson
35-year old, white male, owns appliance store, Ms. Hattie’s son and Bobby’s father
MS. JULIA HATTIE
64-year old, white female, Ruby’s boss
17-year old, Black male, student
32-45-year old, Black female, Cora’s mother
For more details regarding auditions for the 2022 production of Breakfast visit www.theWLAC.com.
See our previous coverage of Breakfast auditions for an interview with playwright Pam C. Dudley linked below.
UPDATED 2/11/2021 (Audition Dates Have Changed) by John Kaiser III – Navarro County Gazette The Warehouse Living Arts Center will be putting on a Reader’s Theatre workshop of local playwright Pam C. Dudley’s historical piece Breakfast in March and are looking for actors, or even those who never have but would like to give it…
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