The Lubbock Community theatre announces that the planned production of “Monty Python’s Spamalot” (which was scheduled as our 2nd production in the 2018-2019 season) has been cancelled because the show is going on National Tour starting in October 2018 and the rights are unavailable. Lubbock Community Theatre is pleased to announce auditions for the hilarious musical comedy “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” directed by Pam Brown with musical direction by Bonnie McRae and choreography by Tamara Smith. Audition dates are Wednesday, August 22 and Thursday, August 23 at 7:00 with possible callbacks Friday, August 24. Auditions consist of 1. A musical selection of at least 16 measures. There will be an accompanist available. 2. Dance audition—movement, choreography. Wear comfortable clothing that you can move and dance in. 3. Cold readings from the script. Cast breakdown: 13 men, 14 women, ages 18 and up. (Several actors play multiple roles) Auditions are at the Lubbock Community Theatre at 4230 Boston Avenue. For more information contact Jay Brown at lubbockcommunitytheatre.org Production dates are: Thursday-Sunday, October 11-14 and 18-21. “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” will be produced at the Louise H. Underwood Center for the Arts or LHUCA. “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” is a musical with a book by Texas author Larry L. King and Peter Masterson and music and lyrics by Carol Hall. It is based on a story by King that was inspired by the real-life Chicken Ranch in La Grange, Texas. The Broadway production was nominated for and won many Tony, Drama Desk and Theatre World Awards. Synopsis: It is the late 1970s, and a brothel has been operating outside of fictional Gilbert, Texas (subbing for real locale La Grange) for more than a century. It is under the proprietorship of Miss Mona Stangley, having been left to her by the original owner. While taking care of her girls, she is also on good terms with the local sheriff, Ed Earl Dodd. When crusading television reporter Melvin P. Thorpe decides to make the illegal activity an issue, political ramifications cause the place to be closed down. #lctliltexas #lctnuthindirty

The Lubbock Community theatre announces that the planned production of “Monty Python’s Spamalot” (which was scheduled as our 2nd production in the 2018-2019 season) has been cancelled because the show is going on National Tour starting in October 2018 and the rights are unavailable.

Lubbock Community Theatre is pleased to announce auditions for the hilarious musical comedy “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” directed by Pam Brown with musical direction by Bonnie McRae and choreography by Tamara Smith.

Audition dates are Wednesday, August 22 and Thursday, August 23 at 7:00 with possible callbacks Friday, August 24.

Auditions consist of
1. A musical selection of at least 16 measures. There will be an accompanist available.
2. Dance audition—movement, choreography. Wear comfortable clothing that you can move and dance in.
3. Cold readings from the script.

Cast breakdown: 13 men, 14 women, ages 18 and up. (Several actors play multiple roles)

Auditions are at the Lubbock Community Theatre at 4230 Boston Avenue.
For more information contact Jay Brown at lubbockcommunitytheatre.org

Production dates are: Thursday-Sunday, October 11-14 and 18-21. “The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” will be produced at the Louise H. Underwood Center for the Arts or LHUCA.

“The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” is a musical with a book by Texas author Larry L. King and Peter Masterson and music and lyrics by Carol Hall. It is based on a story by King that was inspired by the real-life Chicken Ranch in La Grange, Texas. The Broadway production was nominated for and won many Tony, Drama Desk and Theatre World Awards.

Synopsis: It is the late 1970s, and a brothel has been operating outside of fictional Gilbert, Texas (subbing for real locale La Grange) for more than a century. It is under the proprietorship of Miss Mona Stangley, having been left to her by the original owner. While taking care of her girls, she is also on good terms with the local sheriff, Ed Earl Dodd. When crusading television reporter Melvin P. Thorpe decides to make the illegal activity an issue, political ramifications cause the place to be closed down.

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