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Book by Betsy Howie

Music & Lyrics by Mary Murfitt


It’s classical versus country in this haphazard hoedown! 

Beethoven meets Blue Grass in this hilarious musical. Back in the saddle for the 30th anniversary season, this laugh-filled, toe-tappin’ good time and long-running Off-Broadway hit was a sold-out sensation. A trio of classical musicians wind up accidentally booked as the featured act for the grand re-opening of a once Opry-esque roadhouse. The Coghill Trio has been mistaken for the Cowgirl Trio! Can they abandon Handel for Hank Williams and become country music heroines in just 24 hours? Get ready to kick up your heels and lasso up your friends and family for some hoedown hi-jinks in this musical romp.

Length & Content

Cowgirls runs 1 hour and 45 minutes with one 15 minute intermission.

Performance Dates

May 16 – June 29, 2014


Wednesday, Thursday & Friday at 8:00 PM
Saturday at 3:00 PM* and 8:30 PM
Sunday at 5:00 PM

*Please note that there will not be a matinee performance on Saturday, May 17 and Saturday, May 31.


General Admission
$25 – $45*

Lasso up your friends and family!
Group pricing is available for parties of 10+. Groups of 10-24 receive $3 off the general admission ticket price. Groups of 25+ receive $5 off the general admission ticket price. Call 404.523.1477 x111 or e-mail Timothy Harland for more information.

*Ticket prices are subject to change. Buy early for best pricing. 8% sales tax will be added to all ticket orders. Internet convenience fee added to all online orders. No refunds, exchanges, or late seating.


Jo – Christy Baggett*
Mo – Christy Clark
Mickey – Alexandra Duncan
Mary Lou – Pearl Rhein*
Rita – Katherine Anderson
Lee – Paige Mattox*

Creative Team

Book – Betsy Howie
Music & Lyrics – Mary Murfitt*
Director – Heidi Cline McKerley
Music Director – S. Renee Clark
Scenic & Costume Designers – Moriah & Isabel Curley-Clay
Lighting Designer – Mary Parker
Sound Designer – Jason Polhemus
Props Designer – Suzanne Cooper Morris
Wig Designer – George Deavours
Stage Manager – Julianna M. Lee*

*Members of Actors’ Equity Association

Watch Cowgirls on WSB-TV‘s Family 2 Family

Cowgirls Promo Video

Cowgirls Sneak Peek

Audience Praise for Cowgirls (2014)

“Do yourself a favor and see these talented and beautiful ladies do what they do.”

“All six actresses were terrific, but the three in the trio plus the owner of the bar were amazing, jumping from piano to guitar to violin to mandolin to accordion and playing them all perfectly as well as having great voices.”

“We had a fantastic time at the Cowgirls premiere show on May 16th. What a fantastic twist and entertaining show. The audience as usual was very responsive.”

“Kudos to all involved- rarely in a musical do you see so many people doing double and triple duty- acting, dancing singing and serving as their own band.”

“Beautiful harmonies, VERY TALENTED instrument playing all around, and lots of heart.”

“The Curley-Clay twins hit another ball out of the park with the set. Unbelievable details (including a photo with Mickey and Oprah) and an adorable cow.”

Reviews, 2014 

“Joyous performances…a ringing endorsement of (cow)girl power.” Creative Loafing

“This is one where you sit back, enjoy a beverage, and prepare to have a ball. If you had seen Avenue Q… then this is right on scale with that quality.”  Publisher’s Feature Service

“The cast is amazing. Not only do they sound great, but they also play their own instruments, several of them each at that.” Atlanta Theatre Fans

Praise for Cowgirls (1999)

“An excellent cast brings down the honky-tonk.” 

“A musical cast of honky-tonk angels”
– Creative Loafing ATL

“Go for great singing and clever songs, impressive fiddlin’…and a set so realistic you half expect to find cheap beer on tap at intermission.”
– E2 Atlanta


Voted Best Theatrical Production — Readers’ Choice, Creative Loafing, 1998

Christy Clark, who plays Mo in Cowgirls won a local singing contest. Congrats Christy! Sing For Your Life Winner Announced

New York Times
Talkin’ Broadway
The State Journal-Register