B8 Theatre company seeking non -AEA actors who sing for:

Callbacks June 30 2pm – 6pm

Location:  1928 Clayton Rd

 Concord Historical Society Event Center

Free Parking in the rear at the Galindo House Museum Parking-

And only a 10 minute walk from Concord BART.


by Susan Sobeloff

Rehearsals begin 8/20/19,  Performances 9/27/19 – 10/13/19

Please prepare a one minute monologue and 36 bars of an acapella song

(all genres welcome)

Please bring Headshot and resume and calendar.

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Be Curious.

Be Brave.


As the U.S. enters World War I a group of radical suffragists fight to win the right to vote. A diverse group of women struggle with managing personal and political challenges in creating social change. Period protest music weaves through the play dramatizing the suffragist’s political strategies.

7 women

            Alice age 20’s– 40’s
            Lucy -age 40’s Latina
            Harriet age 50’s- 60’s White
            Mary age 40’s – 60’s African American
            Phyllis teen’s – 20’s African American
            Rose – age 25 – 45 lesbian, Jewish
            Vida – age 20’s – 30’s lesbian, any ethnicity

1 man

            40’s- 60’s , multiple roles include:  Wilson, Whittaker, William Blacch (Harriet’s Husband)


            June 15  10 am – 3pm   


            June 23  6pm – 9pm   

             If you are unable to attend one of these dates, please email JanLee for other possibilities:

​                                           janlee@b8theatre.org