"Utterly charming, lively and genial."- The New York Daily News

CAST

Mona Stangley.......................................Velma De Los Santos

 

Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd..............................Ronnie Rodriguez

 

Angel........................................................Jocelyn Michelle

 

Shy............................................................Isabella Barrios

 

Melvin P. Thorpe.......................................Francisco Partida

 

Jewel........................................................Leslie Willard

 

Governor...................................................David Salinas

 

Doatsey Mae............................................Sylvia Lester

 

Ginger........................................................Melanie Claire

 

Dawn.........................................................Julie Ng-Castillo

 

Beatrice....................................................Andrea Cruz

 

Linda Lou...................................................Kat Vale

 

Taddy Jo....................................................Karlee Vasquez

 

Ruby Rae....................................................Karen Goldschmidt

 

Edsel Mackey............................................Paul LaMarche

 

Rufus Poindexter......................................Jaime Menchaca

 

C.J. Scruggs..............................................Ricky Garza

 

Senator J.T. Wingwoah.............................Brandon Binder

 

Bandleader.................................................Joel LaMar Cruz

 

Ensemble..................................................Jorge Turrubiates

                                                               Vanessa Martinez

                                                               Abel Capistran

                                                               Geovani Aragus

CHARACTER BREAKDOWN

 

Principals

 

Miss Mona Stangley (alto, 35 - 55) – The madam of the house. She runs a tight ship and as a result, a successful business. She’s seen enough of life to know what to expect from other people, and she dares not allow herself to be disppointed in others. 4 songs (1 solo)

 

Sheriff Ed Earl Dodd (baritone, 35-55) – The sheriff who has had a long standing relationship with the Chicken Ranch and Miss Mona. His compulsiveness leads to the ultimate downfall of Mona and the Ranch. A good ole boy who grows tired of the hypocrisy of others. 1 song.

 

Melvin P. Thorpe (baritone, 30-55) – The media “watchdog” who helps bring the trouble to the Chicken Ranch. A cross between Jerry Clower and Glenn Beck. 2 songs.

 

 

Featured

 

Jewel (mezzo, 30-55) – The housekeeper of the Chicken Ranch, she is Miss Mona’s right hand. 4 songs, including a featured number.

 

Governor (45-65) – The Texas governor who eventually orders the closure of the Chicken Ranch. 1 song.

 

Doatsy Mae (alto, 30-55) – A waitress in the town who has known about the Chicken Ranch for years, has no issue with it or Miss Mona. 1 solo song.

 

Angel (mezzo, 22-35) – A new arrival to the Chicken Ranch, she presents herself as a more experienced working girl. Eventually joins the rest of the working girls. 4 songs.

 

Shy (mezzo, 18?27) – A new arrival to the Chicken Ranch, she is young and inexperienced, she is running away from something. Eventually

joins the rest of the working girls. 4 songs.

 

Working Girls (various) - Up to 8 different girls in the house, working for Miss Mona. These roles shall be HEAVY on song and musical staging. 5 songs.

 

Aggies (various) – In the 1st scene and in the number “Good Ole Girl”. These actors will be expected to sing and dance. 3 songs.

 

 

 

Other Supporting Roles

 

Senator Wingwoah, Edsel Mackey, C.J. Scruggs, Mayor Rufus Poindexter, Thorpe’s Chorus, and additional supporting roles.

These actors shall round out ALL group numbers.