ABAC Auditions for ‘The Hallelujah Girls’ | Events
TIFTON, GA – News release from Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
Auditions for the Baldwin Players’ production of the play “The Hallelujah Girls” will be held at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College on Sept. 4-5 at 6:30 p.m. in Conger Hall, Room 319.
Auditions are open to all ABAC students, faculty, staff, and the community. The play will run from Oct. 25-27.
Written by Jessie Jones, Nicholas Hope, and Jamie Wooten, “The Hallelujah Girls” is a comedy about five southern women who decide to turn an old church into a day spa.
There are tons of problems along the path to achieving their dream, but it’s nothing that a surprise ending can’t fix.
The cast of characters includes Sugar Lee, the high-spirited leader; Carlene, a woman who has given up on romance after burying three husbands; Nita, a nervous wreck from running interference between her problematic son and his probation officer; Mavis, a woman in a stagnant marriage; Bunny, an upbeat and seemingly pleasant woman who is deliciously judgmental and passive aggressive; Crystal, a sweet and simple woman who entertains everyone by singing Christmas carols with her own hilarious lyrics; Bobby Dwayne, a man unaware of his rugged good looks with a deprecating sense of humor; and Porter, a good-hearted, gregarious boaster who doesn’t know when to shut up.
The production will run from Oct. 25-27 in Howard Auditorium at 7 p.m. each night. The play is free to ABAC faculty, staff and students.
There is a $5 admission fee for the general public. This play deals with adult themes and situations and contains strong language.
For more information, interested persons can contact Dr. Brian Ray, Theatre Director of the Baldwin Players, at (229) 391-4969 or at email@example.com.