Teaching Drama

The Absolutely Insidious and Utterly Terrifying Truth About Cat Hair

Are you looking for a one act play for a cast of 16? 25? 50? 100? This easy to stage crowd-pleaser may be for you.

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!

The Absolutely Insidious and Utterly Terrifying Truth About Cat Hair is a brand-new release in our catalogue. One might think that it’s the longest title we’ve ever published. Alas, no. That honour remains with Will and Whimsy: Sixteen Dramatically Illustrated Sonnets of Shakespeare.

Cat Hair comes from the pen of Bradley Walton. It’s an hilarious highly theatrical romp that covers the stage completely in cat hair. Rather, actors playing cat hair. It fits perfectly in our catalouge as a play that can be very simple to stage, yet also allows the director’s imagine to run wild with all sorts of opportunities for clever staging.

Don’t take my word for it. Check it out for yourself! Click here for pricing info and free sample pages.

Photo from the premiere production at Madison Academy (Huntsville, Alabama).

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Craig Mason

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