Novato Actors to Star in 'Puss in Boots'

The story of the crazy antics of a conniving pussycat will be on stage March 9-10 at Marin Center's Showcase Theater.

A handful of Novato performers will star next month in Puss in Boots, an annual musical production for young kids presented by Masque Units Theatre.

In its 51st production, Masque Units tells the the story of the crazy antics of a conniving pussycat. The book, lyrics, and music for the show are by Ian Farady and Andrew Oxspring. Among the performers are Novato residents Susan Bell Warner, Kathy Eggert, Kele Gasparini and Fran Roberts. 

The show runs March 9-10 at the Showcase Theater at the Marin Civic Center. Performances are at 1 and 3 p.m. Tickets are $8.

Masque Unit Theatre was established in 1961 by a group of women who recognized a need to provide live theatre experiences at a reasonable cost for young children in Marin. It is a nonprofit of volunteers who combine their talents in costuming, choreography, set design, producing and stage performing.

S. Bell-Warner March 06, 2013 at 04:00 AM
The best part about being in Masque Unit show is getting to greet all the audiences afterward in the lobby. Kids love it! Puss in Boots is a very cute show with catchy tunes and humor for all ages. Please say, "hello" if you are able to make it this weekend.
S. Bell-Warner March 06, 2013 at 04:03 AM
Forgot to mention that we are looking for new, energetic members (no acting, dancing, or singing experience required to join this merry band of Marin women). The best way to see what we're about is attending one of the performances. Our theater group's mission is to continue to bring live, musical theater to young children at a very reasonable price.


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