The Widow in Mink
by Boerne Community Theatre

Nov. 17 - Nov. 18

Margaret Osgood, a sweet, quiet woman who is somewhat oblivious to details, is now shocked to find herself a recent widow and quite wealthy. She tries to adjust to her new life, first by buying herself a mink coat, a long-awaited extravagance, and joining the Wandering Widows’ Club where she makes good friends and creates a new social life. She soon finds herself pursued by Charlie, her late husband’s business partner, who questions her desire to donate much of her new-found money to charity. Is he just concerned about her financial future or is he more interested in his own? Margaret’s worried niece Julie, an investigative reporter, seeks to protect her aunt while playing an exasperating game of verbal volleyball with her boyfriend Roger. He’s a rich and seemingly idle young man who keeps proposing to Julie but may have secrets of his own. Meanwhile, Margaret’s new friends enjoy all the drama with a few tart quips and a bit of flirtation thrown in. Will false intentions and false assumptions eventually become clear to make way for true love?

Director Barry Goettl, who has appeared in several BCT productions including Gargoyles and Scarecrow Sins, Ripcord, and The Odd Couple will direct The Widow in Mink.  which runs in January.  

 

[graphic from Eldridge Plaiys and Musicals)


Boerne Community Theatre
Audition/Workshop starts on: 11/17/2019 and Runs Through: 11/18/2019
Times: Sunday and Monday evening, 7 PM
Production/Performance Dates: January 10-25, 2020
Details:
Readings from the script
Characters Needed: 2 men (late 20's/early 30's and 50's), 5 women (1 in her late 20's/early 30s and four in their 50's or 60's)
Location: 907 E. Blanco Rd., Boerne, Texas, 78006
Our Website: www.boernetheatre.org
Contact/More Information: Barry Goettl directs. He may be reached for information at barrygoettl@gmail.com

Casting 2 men ((1 20's to early 30's, 1 in his 50's or 60's) and 5 women (1 in her 20's to early 30's, 4 in their 50's or 60's) for a light comedy by Carl Williams. The playwright will attend the first weekend.