A PRODUCTION COMPANY
Buffalo Gal Productions creates and produces original works for and about individuals who identify as women and/or other underrepresented gender identities. Our goal is to create theater opportunities that engage artists and audiences in new ways that advance the understanding of inclusion, equality and community.
A REVOLUTIONARY ROCK OPUS
Currently in the workshop phase
PROTEST! is about women revolutionaries and the movements they defined. PROTEST! came to fruition in the wake of George Floyd’s murder and the uprisings that followed. The songs cover multiple movements from Civil Rights to Black Lives Matter and explore themes of climate change, gun violence, voting rights, immigrant rights, gay rights and war.
A Revolutionary Rock Opus by a collective group of singers, songwriters & musicians. Including: Tim Carrow, Barbara Cohen, Ashley DuBose, Aaron Gabriel, Miguel Gonzalez, Timothy Levy, Dina Maccabee, Linnea Mohn, Nora Montañez, Ben Obi, Kat Perkins, Perrin Post, Jimmy Rogers and Eric Warner
Available to produce
Sweet Land is a poignant, lyrical celebration of land, love, and the American immigrant experience. In 1920 Inge Altenberg journeys to America to marry a bachelor farmer, sight unseen. But in the wake of WWI, Inge's German heritage turns her new neighbors against the match. Under cathedral skies, the determined young immigrant and her stoic farmer fight for their lives, facing their own misgivings and the harshness of an unforgiving land. A lyrical celebration of hard-won independence and a reflection of generations past, Sweet Land reminds us of who we are — and where we came from.
Book by Perrin Post & Laurie Flanigan Hegge
Lyrics by Laurie Flanigan Hegge
Music by Dina Maccabee
Orchestration by Robert Elhai
From the film Sweet Land by Ali Selim and the short story
A Gravestone Made of Wheat" by Will Weaver
Currently being written
The Musical centers on the romance between black Jazz Orchestra leader Alexander Sweet and Eleanor Lowry (daughter of Minnesotan transportation tycoon Thomas Lowry). The Lowry family came to predominance in Minneapolis in the early 1900’s. The musical examines Eleanor’s ambitions to create an amusement park on Big Island in Lake Minnetonka in 1906. Eleanor eventually intends to leave her family to pursue a life with Sweet, but their relationship succumbs to societal pressure and the park is dismantled.
Book & Lyrics by Perrin Post
Compositions by Justin D. Cook
ELOISE & ME
A PLAY WITH MUSIC
Available to produce
Eloise & Me is inspired by Kay Thompson, recording artist, stage & screen actress, MGM film orchestrator, vocal coach to Hollywood's elite, cabaret performer and author of the Eloise Books.
Eloise & Me follows Kay Thompson’ life and her working relationship with Eloise book illustrator, Hilary Knight.
Book by Perrin Post
Orchestrations by David Lohman