“Cat on a Hot Tin Streetcar”
A Killer Comedy by Nita Hardy
Running Time: About 1 hour
Cast: Flexible 2 to 6 (lowest overhead: use 1 actor, 1 actress)
Audience Speaking Parts (read): 16
Audience Song Groups
No set required. Easy costuming. Minimal props.
It’s Fat Daddy’s birthday party! Blanche Boudoir and Manly Cole-Slawski fatefully lock horns again in this rolicking southern satire – only this time it’s not just madness – it’s murder! This lovingly looney take on Tennessee Williams’ most iconic characters gathers 3 branches of the family – the Mississippi Moneygrubbers, the New Orleans Saints and Sinners, and the St. Louis Menagerie. They are all awaiting Fat Daddy’s arrival from the Mustard and Mayo Clinic. It’s a surprise party at every turn! Laura Dingfield has shed her shyness and become a business tycoon! Naggie the Cat tries to persuade hunky husband Block to put Scooter’s ghost behind him. And Fat Daddy reveals the miracle cure for his spastic colon – turnip greens! This popular show drips with wit, laughter and the powerful smell of verbosity! (Nita’s personal favorite)
Copyright © 2001 Nita Hardy –All Rights Reserved.