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Cat Pack: The Aloha Special
Rendezvous Jewelbox Theater
Seattle, WA
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Cat Pack: The Aloha Special
Come join us on September 6 at 8:00 PM, for a special show at the Rendezvous - Jewelbox Theater. Drinking, crooning, and sharp-witted scenes involving the crowd, these swingin' cats and a lovely kitten take the stage for a spontaneous musical variety show that will leave you laughing in the aisles!  Catch these cats before they head to "Improvaganza Hawaii Festival of Improv."

From Unexpected Productions, the people behind "Seattle Theatresports" CAT PACK features four swingin' cats and one lovely kitten staging a spontaneous musical improv/variety holiday show. Despite the name, this isn't a straight-up Rat Pack tribute or parody, "Cat Pack" is all about capturing some of the freewheeling spirit of those great old shows but with all-new, spontaneous, hilarious material. Backed by a talented keyboard player, these experienced improvisers sing, dance, drink, croon and joke their way through a unique, audience-driven show at every performance.

Cat Pack has performed in several locations throughout the Seattle area. The first was at Rendezvous Jewel Box theater in Oct 2011. Since then other venues include Unexpected Productions Market Theater, Seattle Festival of Improv at Wing-It Productions, Rogue & Peasant in Fremont, Improlympia at Evergreen college in Olympia Wa, and Winterfest at Seattle Center.

Cat Pack features Brad Kevelin on the keyboards, with Jay Hitt, Michael Bils, Colin Smith, and the lovely Stephani Thompson with occasional special guests like Tiffany Swanson, Tim Tracey, Rebecca Ricards, Elicia Wickstead, and more. All of these performers are experienced improv comedians who trained with Unexpected Productions and have had years of performance experience.


Rendezvous Jewelbox Theater (View)
2322 2nd Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
United States