Sheilah Crossley-Cox will direct Fred & Frieda, a new play by Nicole Burton, to be performed at the Greenbelt Arts Center April 15 through 18, 2010. This play offers challenging roles - a reunion between a Holocaust survivor and the Black G.I. from Patton's Third Army who rescued her from a concentration camp. Greenbelt Arts Center, one of Washington's most notable community theaters, celebrates its 30th anniversary this season.
Tuesday, February 2, 7:00 - 9:30 pm
Wednesday, February 3, 7:00 - 9:30 pm
Main Roles to be Cast
Frieda Horowitz, 67, concentration camp survivor and music teacher
Michael Horowitz, 49, Frieda’s oldest son and CEO of a container board business
Fred Cephas, 71, WWII veteran, 761st Tank Battalion, and retired high school teacher
Lisa Brown, 19, Fred’s granddaughter, computer science major at Howard University
Frieda and Fred play themselves at all times.
Zeyde, Mrs. Goldstein, White soldiers, Nazi soldiers, Black soldiers, Bus Driver, and Waiter roles can be multicast in whatever way seems appropriate with available talent.
For casting details, call Sheilah Crossley-Cox, 410-884-0777 or email email@example.com