The Absolutely Insidious and Utterly Terrifying Truth About Cat Hair by Bradley WaltonThe Absolutely Insidious and Utterly Terrifying Truth About Cat Hair
by Bradley Walton
25 Minutes, 8 Either, Plus ensemble of 8-100 or more, Simple Set
High Schools and Middle Schools
Cat hair is infinite. No matter how much hair you brush off of a cat, there will always be more. Always.
Cat hair has existed since the beginning of time, and it will be here long after cockroaches have become extinct. It is the secret driving force behind business and politics, and is plotting the downfall of humanity even as we speak.
Unbelievable? Find out for yourself in this insidious and utterly terrifying tale, which is also totally hilarious, easy to stage, and suitable for an insanely large cast. Brenda! Put down that brush! Step away from the cat!
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Absolutely Insidious & Utterly Terrifying Truth About Cat Hair
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The cast and crew with playwrights Tommy Eng seated left on couch and Ike Libby seated right.
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Local theatre fans were treated to a quirky comedy as Gordon F. It's lighthearted and in this case, it also gives the kids a chance to be creative. Broccolo and Stephanson offered the audience an authentic festival experience, as both the set-up and takedown of the set was timed, as it is in competition. Stage manager Faith Nelson, prompter Sheredin Slykhuis, sound tech Matthew Forcier, lighting tech Kelly Hume, and prop manager Denita Shepherd, assisted by cast members, demonstrated their festival-readiness. The minute play is a hilarious exploration of the pervasive power of cat hair. As the plot progresses, the question arises as to who really owns who, as the kittens and their unstoppable supply of cat hair threaten to overtake Brenda's life. Helping to make sense of the absurd events on stage were narrators Madison Hourd, Judah Wardrope, and Payton Humphries.
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