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Duke Ellington's Cat

a Family Play with Music
CATEGORY :
by Jon Ludwig

COMPANY : Center for Puppetry Arts [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Center for Puppetry Arts [WEBSITE]
ID# 2674

SHOWING : Unknown - March 16, 2008

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

This lyrical look at the life and times of one of America’s jazz icons is set right in the middle of a career that spanned from the Roaring Twenties through the Civil Rights Movement. Going on the road with the great Duke Ellington is one cool cat. From the early days in the pool halls to the concert halls performing before crowned heads, this feisty feline has been there at Duke’s side, sometimes even sitting in with the band. But, not everything is in rhythm on the day that Duke is to play a suite in honor of the Queen of England and the score has been stolen! Will his cat find the music and get it to the Duke in time? This is a great introduction to jazz and American History for all ages.


CAST & CREW LIST
Puppet Builder Scottie Rowell
Puppeteer Julie Dansby
Puppeteer Michael Haverty
Puppeteer Katie Merritt
Puppeteer Spencer G. Stephens
Puppeteer Clint Thornton
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