Bad Kitty On Stage!
Theatre for Young Audiences
Stage Adaptation by Min Kahng
Original music composed by Min Kahng
Based on the Bad Kitty books by Nick Bruel
A co-commission by Bay Area Children's Theatre & Oregon Children's Theatre
Straight from the pages of the wildly popular Bad Kitty comic book series: here Kitty sprawls, in solitary splendor, until one day . . . (loud hissing) PUPPY! Uh oh. And then . . . (hair on back standing on end) a MOUSE! And then. . . well, let’s just say life gets complicated.
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Cast: 7 Actors (4 Male, 3 Female)
Music: Combination of live piano and pre-recorded tracks
65 minutes, no intermission (optional intermission version available)
- May-Jun 2017: Gifford Family Theatre at the W. Carroll Coyne Center for the Performing Arts in Syracuse, NY
- Jan 2017: Theatre Young Kids Enjoy at the JCC Rochester in Rochester, NY
- Feb-Mar 2016: Bay Area Children's Theatre at the Children's Creativity Museum Theater in San Francisco, CA
- Feb 2016: Bay Area Children's Theatre at the Dougherty Valley Performing Arts Center in San Ramon, CA
- Feb 2016: Co-World Premiere, Oregon Children's Theatre at the Winningstad Theatre in Portland, OR
- Jan 2016: Co-World Premiere, Bay Area Children's Theatre at the Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse in Berkeley, CA
- Aug 2015: Workshop, Bay Area Children's Theatre in Oakland, CA
- Jul 2015: Workshop, Oregon Children's Theatre in Portland, OR
PRESS & REVIEWS
- Review of the Gifford Family Theatre production on Syracuse.com
- Review of the OCT production in PDX Parent Magazine
- Feature Article in SF Gate!
- Interview with Bad Kitty book author Nick Bruel on Ronnie's Awesome List Blog
- Min discusses adapting Bad Kitty for the stage on Bay Area Children's Theatre's Blog
- Director Benjamin Hanna shares what it's like to create controlled Kitty chaos on Bay Area Children's Theatre's Blog