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KRASS’ “Wrong for the Part”
March 25, 2017 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 8:00 pm, repeating until March 25, 2017
* Has LGBTQ content
* May be of interest to the LGBTQ community
Theater goers: Are you tired of today’s limitations of casting? Are you incensed that a middle-aged woman is never chosen to portray Hamlet or that no voice-cracking teenager ever gets to play the wise old sage? Are you threatened by the success and talent of child actors and wish their roles could be filled by well-meaning adults in short pants? Krass feels your frustration! They’ve taken the good sense and rationality out of casting and filled their show’s roster with nothing but enthusiastic actors living their dreams of playing roles for which they would never normally be considered!
What do directors know, anyway? The Kathie Rasmussen Women’s Theater (Krass) presents the sixth installment of its annual fundraiser “Wrong for the Part” featuring a variety
of local talent—all of whom are mismatched to their roles—appearing in a selection of short scenes, monologues, poems, stories, and even a dance. Join them for an evening of deliciously offbeat entertainment! All proceeds will go toward the production of Krass’s 2017-2018 season.
Note that Krass usually pays its performers, designers, and crew a small stipend but for Wrong for the Part 2017, everyone is a volunteer to support this fundraiser.
STAFF: Jan Levine Thal, Phrannie Lyons, Page Metcalf, Emma Staudenmaier, Benjamin Emerick, Kaia Kalise, Molly Riedemann, and Nancy Craig.
CAST: Emcee is Sarah Whelan. Joined by Ken Adams, Mary Ambrosavage, Miranda Belle, Issaka Brellenthin, Nichole Young Clarke, Bob Curry, Danielle Bormann Davidson, Monica Fan, Gary Gates, Edric Johnson, Andi Joyner, Drew Lehmann, Christian Neuhaus, Ray Olderman, Paula Pachciarz, Cathy Rasmussen, Amy Rowland, C. John Shimniok, and Martha White
WHERE: Bartell Theater (113 E Mifflin St.)
WHEN: March 23-25 at 8 p.m. Three performances: Thursday, March 23; Friday, March 24; and Saturday, March 25. All performances at 8pm.
RESERVATIONS: Bartelltheatre.org or 608-661-9696