The Taffetas

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The Taffetas Cast Announced!

The Taffetas soon will be singing their way into your hearts!

Meet four sisters for Muncie, Indiana who form the musical group the Taffetas:

Ra VandenLangenberg​

 Rhoda Hubbard-Anderson

 Cheryl Glaeser,

 Gabrielle Capello

Auditions for The Taffetas, August 24th-25th

Hutchinson Theatre Company seeks 4 female singers to make up the 50’s sister group, “The Taffetas.”    The show also calls for 1 or two non-singing male parts. Auditions are August 24, 25, from 6:30 pm -8:30 pm at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 1040 S. Grade Rd. SW.   Auditions are not “scheduled” – first come, first served.

Specific questions may be directed to director Jason Olson, 612-418-3553 by phone call or text message.

 


Download info and audition form here : Taffetas info and audition form


A Musical Journey Through the Fabulous Fifties

Conceived by Rick Lewis
Additional Material by Arthur Whitelaw
Musical & Vocal Arrangements by Rick Lewis

November 5-7 and 12-14, 2015

Crow River Winery
Doors open at 5:30 pm
Dinner starts at 6:00 pm
Show Starts at 7:00 pm

Tickets are $40 per person (dinner is included)

About the Play:

It’s 1950-something, and Kaye, Peggy, Cheryl and Donna, four singing sisters from Muncie, Indiana are making their national television singing debut.  “Spotlight on Music,” a fictitious weekly 1950’s television show on the real-life Dumont Television Network, sets the framework for an evening of some of the greatest hits of the 1950’s, featuring songs such as Constantinople, Volare, Tennessee Waltz, Mr. Sandman, See The USA In Your Chevrolet, Tonight You Belong To Me, I’m Sorry, Dedicated To The One I Love, Tammy, Johnny Angel, Puppy Love, Little Darlin’, Where The Boys Are, Shi-Boom, Love Letters In The Sand, How Much Is That Doggie In The Window, L-O-V-E and many others.

A tribute to the girl groups of the 1950’s, THE TAFFETAS pay tribute to the sounds of The McGuire Sisters, The Fontane Sisters and The Chordettes.  Opening Off-Broadway almost two years before “Forever Plaid,” THE TAFFETAS made nostalgia what it is today!  Spend an hour and a half with THE TAFFETAS and their three-piece band and remember what Sunday night television was like on your 12-inch black and white screen!