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Okay, this summer a local group is doing Oklahoma. I have done shows with them for years and hate their organization. Unfortunately, I really want to build up my resume and experience, so I night suck it up and go back to them. Is it worth it? I haven't heard much from the show, save the opening number, so I don't know much. I am a mezzo-soprano, sometimes tenor belter. What roles might be good for me? They base roles on experience, not talent, and I have been casted in wither a fallstaff-type of role or chorus member two years in a row.

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Fri Feb 03, 2006 9:28 am
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the girl parts are:
Laurey who is a soprano and is the lead
Ado Annie is a mezzo, and a fabulous part, she sings I Can't Say No and a song with Will in the second act
Aunt Eller is the woman who holds the town together, she has a lot of stage time and lines, no big solo songs -- she sings big parts of several songs
Gertie doesn't sing solos, but is a fun partt, she tries to steal Curly from Laurey and has a hideous laugh

those are the main femail parts


Sat Feb 04, 2006 10:31 pm
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