The Daffodil Girls

Written by Jeff Swearingen, Based on a concept by Bren Rapp

Directed by Amanda Liles

November 8-10 and 15-17 at 8:00pm

Duke Energy Theatre at Spirit Square

345 N. College St, Charlotte, 28202

Tickets available now through Carolina Tix

$22 in advance, $28 at the door

Groups of 10 or more- $18 in advance

through the Blumenthal Box Office

To redeem 2018-2019 Season Flex Passes,
please call the Blumenthal Box Office at 704-372-1000

Recommended for ages 12+

East Coast Premiere

Lie. Cheat. Steal. Sell cookies.

Inspired by David Mamet's Glengarry Glen Ross, The Daffodil Girls turns the famous tale of manhood and cutthroat real estate sales into a dark comedy centering on a group of pre-teen girls trying to make their way through cookie sale season for their scout troupe. Far from a gimmick or simply a parody, The Daffodil Girls uses Mamet's heightened sense of super realism as a way to weave a story about young women struggling to find their place and maneuver through an equally as harsh landscape to anything Mamet could imagine: childhood.

What People Are Saying

“…howlingly funny yet sharp and eerily appropriate… it lets the audience’s perspective grow as they get the downright fun opportunity to see a classic reimagined.”

Theatre Jones (Dallas)

Meet the cast of The daffodil Girls


*Three Bone Theatre debut

Our Community Partner-
Girls Rock Charlotte

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Girls Rock Charlotte is a nonprofit that amplifies the confidence of ALL girls and women through the power of music. Their music and film summer camp programs help girls and gender diverse youth to find the confidence and compassion to stand up for themselves and for each other. Their goal is to also feature women leaders, musicians and professionals who serve as mentors and role-models for the campers and volunteers. As a proud Charlotte-based organization, GRC aims to raise the public profile of our local musicians and artists, while also supporting a community that supports women in music.