Auditions For CRUDE-The Musical to be Held at Cape Cod Theatre Company

June 30th and July 1st in Harwich

WEST HARWICH, MA -  Auditions for CRUDE-The Climate Change Musical will be held at the Cape Cod Theatre Company/HJT Arts Center at 265 Sisson Road, Harwich, MA, June 30 and July 1,   7-9pm

The show is scheduled to be presented at CCTC/HJT from Oct. 10 to Nov. 10.

Anyone auditioning should please prepare 16 bars of music and dress to move.  An accompanist will be provided.  Also they may be asked to read from the script. A list of characters and additional information on the show can be found on our website Capecodtheatrecompany.org.

CRUDE is about an environmentalist daughter trying to outwit her oil tycoon Dad.   

Will sexy PR dynamo Cassidy Sullivan steamroll her CEO Dad and his Global, Inc. into the Green Energy Business?  An excellent opportunity to originate a role in a new production!

CRUDE-The Musical was “An Official Selection of the 2016 New York Musical Festival;” invited to the 2018 Chicago Musical Theatre Festival; and two songs from CRUDE have been performed by the Cape Symphony Orchestra.

The book, lyrics and music for CRUDE-The Musical were written by Cape Cod playwright/songwriter Maureen Condon.  Musical arrangements for the CRUDE Album are by Colorado-based singer/songwriter John McKenna. 

The Cape Cod premier of this musical will be directed by Fran Lautenberger, who comes to CCTC/HJT from The University of Alaska, Anchorage where she has directed dozens of popular musicals.  Robert Wilder, CCTC/HJT Artist in Residence, will be Music Director and Suzette Hutchinson will be choreographer.

Sponsors for CRUDE include:  Cotuit Solar, Solar Rising, E2 Solar, My Generation Energy, Clean Energy Design, Cape Cod 350.org/Mass for a Better Future, Cape Light Compact, A3 Architects, Rick Roy Construction, Glivinski & Associates, Sunderland Printing, Boston composer/lyricist and Berklee College of Music Professor Kevin Bleau, and other individual sponsors.


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