ANNIE GET YOUR GUN! CASTINGIt is always with great difficulty that I do cast assignments. Every time I am aware of those whose feelings may be hurt. Please please PLEASE understand that getting a small part doesn't mean you won't have fun, nor does it mean I don't like you! It simply means that someone else showed potential, fit the role and had the time to dedicate to a larger part. I don't play favorites – I assign whom I think will be best for the role.
Being a part of something like a musical is such a feeling of accomplishment! When hard work pays off during the production you will feel on top of the world, whether you have 100 lines or none. I am proud of all of you that auditioned and look forward to working with each and every one of you.
There are a few small speaking parts that are not yet assigned – we will hand out those parts during the read-through. Most of these parts occur in only one scene. Such parts are Mac, the prop man (or girl), a messenger(has to be a guy), two Indians – should be male, socialites – you will see. As you can tell, we are in need of a few more boys. If you know of anyone who is interested, please let me know!
REMEMBER!! Read-Through is Monday starting at 6 PM! Scripts will also be handed out at that time!
Without further ado, here are the cast assignments: