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Cat’s Meow returns with a writer’s twist

Cat’s Meow is coming back with a new twist this year. It’s the senior-produced play whose proceeds help pay for the cost of Prom. Rather than a series of skits done by the seniors, Cat’s Meow will consist of a story line that writers have been hard at work on.

“I hope to see everyone in the crowd laughing like maniacs. I am a director along with Kailee McAfee and Jacob Groth. We figured out the storyboard, hosted auditions, wrote the scripts and assigned the parts. Along with all of that, we will be acting in it ourselves. I can’t wait to see my class excel in the performances,” senior Ray Padilla said.

Cat’s Meow is meant to be fresh and original this year. It will showcase the seniors’ unique talents and consist of several dance skits. The best way to describe the show this year would be a “throwback,” according to Ms. Mattimoe.

The seniors have recently auditioned and are already hard at work on their production.

“This is the most organized and responsible group I’ve ever had. They’re right on the ball,” Ms. Mattimoe said.

Cat’s Meow is scheduled for December 6 and 7 at 7 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center. Be sure to save the date and support your senior class.

Mackenzie Elrod, Staff Writer

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