The Eagles Who thought They Were Chickens
Main Roles are available
5 Eagles (Three females and Two Male Eagles)
The Great Eagle Male and Female (singers)
3 Roosters (Male or female)
3 Chickens (Male or female)
Extras will dance and sing.
All ages are welcome to audition. This is a musical about self-esteem and self-awareness for youth and adults.
The Eagles who Thought They Were Chickens by Mychal Wynn
The Eagles Who Thought They Were Chickens is an inspiring story of resilience, courage, and perseverance. The Story begins in a small African village where invaders come into the land. The people, together with a great eagle, who symbolizes the richness of the people and their land, are taken upon a long journey away from their home. It is during this journey that the eagle dies after laying three eggs. After the death of the eagle the captain of the ship orders that the eggs be placed with the chickens.
The eggs of the great eagle, the last remaining symbol of the rich cultural heritage of the people whom he had captured, would now be raised as chickens. Thinking that they are chickens, they will never know their true gift of flight and will come to symbolize the captain’s conquest. When the eagles hatch in the chicken yard, they are different from the chickens in appearance and are humiliated and ridiculed by the chickens.
The eagles are unaware of their special gifts until another eagle is captured and brought into the chicken yard. The wings of the new eagle must be clipped so that he won’t fly away. However, with the knowledge of his special gifts he desperately tries to fly. He creates confusion and conflict among the chickens who tell him that he cannot fly, and among the roosters who tell him to stop trying.
The other eagles, who believe that they are chickens, refuse to listen to the pleas of the great eagle until they witness his rise from the brutal beating at the hands of the roosters to his perch atop the chicken yard fence.
In the Midst of it All
Stars R Us is holding Auditions for the dramatic stage play " In the Midst of it All"
Dec. 6th, 2012 @ 6pm-9pm Main Library Downtown 96 S. Grant Avenue
Columbus, OH 43215
December 8th. @10am-1pm Parsons Library 845 Parsons Avenue
Columbus, OH 43206.
5 Male roles ages range 24-40, 4 Female roles ages range 24-40. Singing and non singing roles are available for auditions. Bring Photo and prepare for cold reading.
"in the midst of it all" is an inspirational play. for more information, inbox and visit
or text 740-646-1649
And With This Ring
Main Role Available
Keith Anderson~male age 24-30 married to Alicia. self-employed and looking for a career.
Alicia Anderson ~ female age 24-30 married to Keith. she is an accountant and makes more than Keith.