Disney's 101 Dalmatians KIDS

Disney's 101 Dalmatians KIDS

Music by  Mel Leven and Randy Rogel and Richard Gibbs and Brian Smith and Martin Lee Fuller and Dan Root
Lyrics by  Mel Leven and Randy Rogel and Richard Gibbs and Brian Smith and Martin Lee Fuller and Dan Root
Book adapted by  Marcy Heisler
Additional lyrics by  Marcy Heisler
Music adapted by  Bryan Louiselle
Music arranged by  Bryan Louiselle
Based on the Screenplay by Bill Peet and the novel The Hundred and One Dalmatians by Dodie Smith

One Act, Book Musical, Rated G
KIDS Collection Version

Keep your pups on their leashes! The animated tale of kidnapping villains and courageous puppies is adapted for a new generation of young performers. (30 MINUTE VERSION FOR YOUNG PERFORMERS)

Based on the classic animated film, Disney’s 101 Dalmation KIDS is a fur-raising adventure featuring Cruella De Vil, Disney's most outrageous villain, and 101 of the most adorable heroes to set their paws onstage.

Artistically-inclined pet owners Robert and Anita live happily in London with Dalmatian parents Pongo and Perdita, stalwart dogs devoted to raising their puppies. Everything is quiet until the monstrous Cruella De Vil, Anita's former classmate, plots to steal the puppies for her new fur coat! Join all the dogs of London as they daringly rescue the puppies from Cruella and her bumbling henchmen.

With a high-spirited score and lovable characters, this stage adaptation is certain to charm and delight all audiences. The show’s adorable spotted dogs and larger-than-life villainess provide ample opportunities for creative costuming. Plus, with a highly expandable chorus, your stage could easily be filled with 101 budding performers!

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Opening with a small advance sale, word-of-mouth and critical praise made 1776 the sleeper hit of of the late 1960s. It was a hit all over again when it was revived on Broadway in 1997.

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