Cat hair is taking over the world in this hilarious huge cast one act.
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About 25 minutes
Times given are approximate and do not include intermissions/scene changes/breaks
8 Any Gender, Plus ensemble of 8-100
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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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8 Any Gender, Plus ensemble of 8-100
brush, lint roller, granola bar, vacuum cleaner, masking tape
This play is a blast to perform - it is quirky, fun and different - fit our drama club to a "T". It is now one of my all time faves as far as plays I've directed. Our inspiration was Dr. Seuss, in case you couldn't tell - ha, ha!
We won the Maine Princpal's Association (MPA) Class B Regional drama festival and had 5 people named to all festival cast (three narrators and two cats) and received a commendation for costuming and ensemble. At the MPA Class B State festival we came in 6th and the "little cat" got named to all festival cast.
Thanks for providing such a great play.
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