by Andrew Hobgood and Evan Linder 

directed by Hannah Eklund

Auditions are Monday, April 10 at 6:30pm at the Midnight Sun Performance Space

It’s 1956, and the members of the Susan B. Anthony Society for the Sisters of Gertrude Stein are setting up for their much anticipated, annual quiche breakfast.  When nuclear disaster wipes out the world outside their community center, the bombs continue to drop inside.  A sassy, satirical romp, replete with audience interaction, improv, singing, kissing, crying, and of course, quiche.
“Its raw and magnetic dementia seems destined to attract a cult following.” – The New York Times

ROLES: (5 women, ages 18-80, all are welcome!)

Lulie Stanwyck: President of the Society; a regal presence; always has the last word; takes her role very seriously; prides herself on her refinement

Wren Robin:Chairwoman/Vice President; irresistibly cheerful; prone to excitement; genuine to her core

Ginny Cadbury:Secretary; newest member of the Society; still learning the Society’s social hierarchy; British transplant

Dale Prist: Historian/resident photographer; Society’s youngest member; observant and thoughtful; quieter than the others

Veronica “Vern” Schultz:Buildings & Grounds Chairman; can build, bake, or make whatever you can dream up; wry sense of humor; boisterous and unapologetic

Production opens June 16.  Rehearsals beginning EO April.  Mon-Thurs, beginning at 6:30pm.