ABOUT BUFFALO GAL PRODUCTIONS
Buffalo Gal Productions produces and creates original and rarely seen Broadway and Off-Broadway works by, for and about women, creating opportunities for artists and audience members to participate in new theatre experiences.
Buffalo Gal was founded by performer, director and producer Perrin Post in the spring of 1996 and was incorporated in 2001. In the fall of 2000, Buffalo Gal Productions negotiated the reopening of the Loring Theater space, bringing in Theater Latte Da and others as a shared venue for various companies.
Focusing on the production of works with a prominent female voice and presence, Buffalo Gal has successfully produced seven shows to date at a variety of Twin Cities area venues -- many so popular, they prompted five encore productions.
BUFFALO GAL PRODUCTIONS ARTISTIC DIRECTOR / DIRECTOR / WRITER / AEA ACTOR
PRODUCING / DIRECTING CREDITS:
Sweet Land the musical (BGP workshops / History Theatre world premiere) is based on the film Sweet Land (Ali Selim) and the short story, A Gravestone Made of Wheat (Will Weaver)
Broadway's Legendary Ladies (Ordway McKnight Theater, Loring Playhouse, 13 State Tour). Broadway's Legendary Ladies is only one of Ms. Post's original concept revues that she has become known for in the Twin Cities.
Producing/directing credits include: Original concept shows include Hormel Girls (History Theatre), Monsters, Witches & Freaks; Martinis, Girls & Guns (Loring Playhouse), Vixens (Loring Playhouse, Fringe Festival), Ten Years Later (Hopkins House) as well as directing and producing James Valcq & Fred Alley's, The Spitfire Grill (Loring Playhouse, Jon Hassler Theater) and Valcq's, Zombies from the Beyond (Bryant Lake Bowl)
Ms. Post directed & created the opening numbers for the
Ivey Awards for 2006-2012.
Acting credits include: Chanhassen Dinner Theater, Ordway, History Theatre, Troupe America, Mixed Blood, Penumbra and Minnesota Festival Theater.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Artistic Director, Director, Writer
[Board of directors is currently being updated, thank you for your patience.]