Disney's The Aristocats KIDS

Disney's The Aristocats KIDS
Everybody wants to be a cat in Disney's stage adaptation of the animated classic motion picture.

Based on the beloved Disney animated film, and featuring a jazzy, upbeat score, Disney’s The Aristocats KIDS is a non-stop thrill ride of feline fun, complete with unbelievable twists and turns.

In the heart of Paris, a kind and eccentric millionairess wills her entire estate to Duchess, her high-society cat, and her three little kittens. Laughs and adventure ensue as the greedy, bumbling butler pulls off the ultimate catnap caper. Now it's up to the rough-and-tumble alley cat, Thomas O'Malley, and his band of swingin' jazz cats to save the day.

Disney's The Aristocats KIDS features plenty of exuberant group numbers and a cast that can be expanded by adding additional alley cats to the chorus.

This show is part of the Broadway Junior Collection:

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April 17, 2012
Any suggestions on how to create the look of a "river" that Marie falls into during Aristocats? If you have used fabric, would you please describe color and width and how you handled it during the performances?Thanks. We produce our show in four weeks so I am looking for a quick answer - if possible.
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Aristocat's "River" that Marie "falls" into