TL;DR: Thelma Louise; Dyke Remix
Number of Acts: 1
Number of Principals (Female): 4
Number of Principals (Trans / GNC): 2
Total Cast Size: 6
Keys, Bass, Drums, Guitar (these are actor musicians who play the band characters in the script), Keys 2
This is a cast of 6 people who are not cis men. T and L should be women, but don’t have to be cis women. Most importantly, the cast needs to defy the traditional cis, white, femme, skinny, able-bodied, male gaze inspired concept of queer women in media.
Genre & Style:
fantasy-driven, irreverent, queer, rock musical
TL;DR: Thelma Louise; Dyke Remix is a fantasy-driven, irreverent, rocking meta-analysis of queer women in media that asks “why do strong female characters always gotta die?”. The cast and band made up of 6 queer folks defy the traditional cis, white, femme, skinny, able-bodied, male gaze-inspired concept of queer women in media. We start with T and L suspended in mid-air over the Grand Canyon – they promptly make out and then, with the help of their newfound queer community (The Band), seek a queer future that has never been modeled for them, the happy ending they deserve.