Baldwin Players Announce Auditions for ‘Greater Tuna’ August 21 and 23

August 7, 2017

Auditions for the Baldwin Players fall production, “Greater Tuna,” will be held on Aug. 21 and Aug. 23 at 6:30 p.m. in Conger 319 on the campus of Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College. Auditions are open to all ABAC students, staff, and faculty as well as local community members.

Baldwin Players Director Brian Ray said no extensive preparation is necessary for the auditions.  Those who audition will read passages from the script and complete an interest/availability form. Anyone interested in working backstage or on the technical elements of the show should also come to auditions and complete the interest/availability form. It is not necessary to attend both nights of auditions.

“Greater Tuna” is a wonderful farce about small town life in the South. Set in Tuna, Texas (a fictional town where Patsy Cline never dies and the Lions Club is too liberal), the play peeks into the lives of 29 different characters. Originally staged by the authors as a two-man show, the Baldwin Players will present it with a larger cast. There are parts available for men and women of any age.

For more information, interested persons can contact Dr. Ray at
Printable News Release