Cast for Beau Jest by James Sherman
What’s a nice Jewish girl to do? Beau Jest by James Sherman – a production originally performed in Chicago, to the delight of theatre patrons is on tap, January 17, 18, 24 and 25, 2014.
After two days of auditions that featured some outstanding actors and actresses, Director Ray Bradford announced his cast:
Sara Goldman will be played by Brigid O'Brien;
Chris Kringle will be played by Adeola G. Giwa;
Bob Schroeder will be played by Eric Stein;
Joel Goldman will be played by Dennis Elverman;
Miriam Goldman will be played by Jane Preston; and
Abe Goldman will be played by Ric Fuchs.
“A light, sweet romantic comedy”, writes the Chicago Tribune. Sarah Goldman is dating a nice WASP boy named Chris who unfortunately does not have the approval of her traditional parents. Sarah invents a boyfriend they will approve of, Dr. Steinberg. The parents insist on meeting Dr. Steinberg and Sarah is forced to hire someone to portray him – Bob, an inspiring actor. Let the hilarity ensue!
Come see Beau Jest at The Bay Players, the community theater with the professional difference. The Bay Players theater is located at Whitefish Bay High School at 1200 E. Fairmount Avenue in Whitefish Bay, WI. For tickets, call (414) 299-9040. Visit us by clicking on www.thebayplayers.com or follow us (and like us!) on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TheBayPlayers
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