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The Legend of Georgia McBride

By Matthew Lopez

Casey, a struggling Elvis impersonator adorned in a sequin jumpsuit, finds his world turned upside down when he loses his gig, faces overdue rent, and discovers his wife is expecting a baby. As Elvis exits the scene and a drag show takes over, Casey must transform and embrace a newfound stage identity in order to survive. Filled with witty banter, catchy tunes, and unexpected twists, serves up both laughter and insight.

Glitter Moments: Transformation, Growth, Kindness and Support, Celebration of Individuality and Family (whatever it may look like).
Content Information: The play contains adult themes, strong language, alcohol use, and cultural sensitivity.

*This show is 65 minutes. Due to the intimacy of this show and for your safety, if you need to leave the theater, reentry will not be allowed.

Run Time: 120 Minutes + Intermission
Age Range: 16+
Venue: The CVA Flex Theater
Ticket Price: $ 47+
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Tickets & Showtimes

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Aug 09, 2024 7:00pm

Opening Night: Witness the culmination of creative endeavors, setting the stage for the entire run. It’s a chance to savor small bites, enjoy the company, and revel in the excitement of the performance ahead.

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Aug 13, 2024 7:00pm

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Aug 14, 2024 7:00pm

Talk Back: Post-show discussion in the theatre where audience members have the opportunity to engage with the cast, crew, or creative team members, asking questions and sharing their thoughts on the production.

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Talk With: Post-show interactive session where audience members engage with the cast, crew, or creative team members in the theatre lobby.

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Aug 25, 2024 1:00pm

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Tickets may be exchanged for another performance date during the same production (subject to availability), up to 48 hours prior to the performance time. A $5 per ticket exchange fee applies (waived for subscribers). Price differential may apply.


Meet The Cast



(he/him) (Casey) Jake makes his Theatre SilCo debut in The Legend of Georgia McBride. His regional theater credits include The Inheritance at ZACH Theatre (Toby Darling). Additional credits feature Echoes in the Garden with American Bard Theater (Henry), Zounds at Edinburgh Fringe (Dionysus), and Swipe with TaDa Theater (Brad). An Atlanta native, Jake played baseball through his freshman year of college before graduating from Atlantic Acting School in New York City, where he currently resides. Much love to his entire family, all his amazing friends and teachers. Special shout-out to his sister Lilly for inspiring him to follow in her footsteps.



(she/her) (Jo): Theatre SilCo debut! Credits include: The Diamond (Kamara) by People’s Theatre Company at Pregones Theatre, Revolution: Two Stories with the Same Ending (Masika) at Tank Theatre, Mirrors (Zara) at Teatro Latea’ New York Summer Festival, Bacchae (Agave), Perspectives of War (Messenger) by Eclipses Theatre Group. Additional Credits include: Marisol (Angel) After the End (Louis) London, Closer (Alice) London. Petrina is a member of the People's Theatre Company a part of the People's Theatre Project in New York as well as a teaching artist. She is grateful to be doing this play here and visiting Denver for the first time.



(he/him) (Rexy/Jason) At Theatre Silco: Debut! Additional Credits include: Playhouse on Park- Toni Stone (Elzie); Virginia Repertory Theatre- Fences (Cory); PlayMakers Repertory Company- Fat Ham (Larry), Blues for An Alabama Sky (Guy), Much Ado About Nothing (Claudio). Jamar is a former Resident Company Member of PlayMakers Repertory and received his MFA-Acting from UNC- Chapel Hill. 2019 Richmond Theatre Critics Circle Award: Best Actor in a Play for An Octoroon. 2022 RTCC Award: Best Lead Performance- Play for Fires in the Mirror. www.jamarjonesofficial.com



(he/him) (Eddie): At Theatre Silco: Debut. Additional credits include Julius Caesar (The Public Theater/NYC), The Skin of Our Teeth (TFANA/NYC), Northside Hollow (Urbanite Theater/Sarasota), Shakespeare in Love (Shakespeare Theatre of NJ). Television credits include Manifest, Disney+’s Growing Up Stories; and film credits include Watch Me Drown and Uncle Peckerhead. Many thanks to the company, creative and administrative staff, and stage crew for making this experience absolutely slay.



(they/them) (Miss Tracy Mills/Bobby): This is RJ’s debut at Theatre Silco! Regional credits include: La Cage Aux Folles (Albin/Zaza)  A Funny Thing Happened…Forum (Pseudolus) Rocky Horror Picture Show (Frank-n-Furter) Fiddler on the Roof (Tevye) The Threepenny Opera (Mack the Knife) Les Miserables (Thenardier) Ruthless! (Silvia St. Croix) Sweeney Todd (Beadle Bamford) Pirates of Penzance (Pirate King) Annie (Oliver Warbucks) The Full Monty (Dave) The Tempest (Stephano) Much love to friends and family, Cat and our kitty, Catti LuPone.

Production Team

Written By: Matthew Lopez
Directed by: Chris Alleman
Stage Manager: Brendan Cullen
Asst. Stage Manager: Audrey Lang
Sound Design by: Ben Whitmore
Costume Design by: Jess Beyer
Projections Design by: Nic Graves
Properties Design by: Kathryn Sutton
Lighting Design by: Katie Gruenhagen
Scenic Design: Nic Graves