Directed by
Philip J. Hickman and Adam Simon

July 19 – August 5, 2018
Thursdays through Sundays @8pm


Puss in Boots, or the Master Cat, is one of the great fairy tales in Western literature. First put to paper by Giovanni Francesco Straparola in the 1550s, Puss in Boots is the story of a talking cat who serves his poor owner by his wits, making his master wealthy, finding him love, and stealing him a kingdom. Ludwig Tieck’s 1797 stage version of the play, first performed in German, is a brilliant amalgam of the fairy tale, children’s theater, and social satire. Rarely performed in the United States, Tieck’s Puss in Boots, a Fairy Tale for Children is a joyous early example of absurdist theater.


THE KING: Weston McAloney

THE PRINCESS: Dakota Thorn

HINZE: Beth Josephsen

GOTTLEIB: Alec Reusch

CRITIC 1: Angela Joy Baldasare

CRITIC 2: Treasure Davidson

CRITIC 3: Jordan Shear

THE PLAYWRIGHT: Bethany Dickens

FIRST LOVER: Kelsey Hopkins

SECOND LOVER: Samuel B Partridge

PRINCE NATE: Monty Almoro

LEANDER: Helen Casebolt