Tips for producing The Absolutely Insidious and Utterly Terrifying Truth About Cat Hair

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Tips for producing
The Absolutely Insidious and Utterly Terrifying Truth About Cat Hair

by Bradley Walton

Cat hair is taking over the world in this hilarious huge cast one act.

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Tips from the Author


Don’t worry too much about being literal in your presentation of the “cat hair.” Other productions have been quite creative in their portrayal, even so far as to dressing the actors in vibrant neon colours. Have a look at the pictures on the website to see what I mean.

Tips from past Producers


The "narrator" role is tricky, because the memorization is heavy and the character's line delivery is critical to the audience following the plot and remaining engaged in the story. A dull delivery or voice-over by the narrator will cause the audience to lose interest quickly. I worked on the dynamic between the Narrator and Butterball Snowflake, and reactions from all characters --especially the individual cat hairs-- after every line.

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