Field Trip Program

We've created an incredible roster of family friendly shows designed for every student and every school. We have educational theater programs designed for elementary, middle, and high school. The run of each show will also have a special ESE and ESOL performance at each location. For less than the average field trip, we introduce your students to the arts at some of the nicest venues in South Florida and show them incredible feats of storytelling. Each of our shows comes with a pre-show and study guide for the students. For more information on how to bring our programs to our school, email us as kingofcats@gmail.com

The Robin Hood: How a Hero Came to Be 

Miramar Cultural Center - October 26th - 29th
Pinecrest Gardens - November 1st - 5th
Barry Kaye Auditorium - November 8th - 14th

  Our season opens with the world premiere of “Robin Hood: How a Hero Came to Be” written Robyn Eli Brenner, an incredible local playwright. It’s a devised work that is fun, zany, quirky, and full of heart! It’s geared for grades 1-5. Robin Hood and his friends will be touring the three counties late October through November. 

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Treasure Island

Miramar Cultural Center - January 11th - 14th
Barry Kaye Auditorium - January 17th - 23rd
Pinecrest Gardens - January 31st - February 4th

 Our second world premiere is written by Luis Roberto Herrera, an immensely talented playwright who splits his time between South Florida and New York City. King of Cat’s play is a swashbuckling, heart-stopping pirate adventure that also goes into what makes a person good, what makes them bad, and whether morality is gray. This show is designed for middle schools but is also approved for advanced elementary and 9-10th grade.

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Romeo and Juliet 

Barry Kaye Auditorium - February 8th - 11, February 14th, and April 5th - 8th

Miramar Cultural Center - February 22nd - 25th and March 22nd - 25th

Pinecrest Gardens - March 1st - 4th and March 29th - April 1st

  Our third show is our only non-world premiere. It’s a new adaptation of “Romeo and Juliet” by William Shakespeare, directed by the ungodly talented Samantha Kaufman. This new version leaves all the classic language while also adding modern music, anachronistic costuming, awesome stunt work, and an insane multimedia ending that needs to be seen to be believed. This show is designed for high school and will have all teenagers not only understanding classical language, but falling in love with it!

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Awaken: A Sleeping Beauty Musical

Miramar Cultural Center - April 12th - 15th and May 3rd - 6th 
Barry Kaye Auditorium - April 19th - 22nd and May 17th - 20th
Pinecrest Gardens - April 26th - 29th and May 10th - 13th  

Finally, the fourth show of the season is truly one for the ages. Our only musical is called “Awaken!” It’s an adaptation of the Sleeping Beauty story written by the Rigano Songbook. Those brother’s resumes are LONG and IMPRESSIVE. The last two things on Paul’s  resume, for example, are working on the music for Ivo Van Hove’s West Side Story and currently working on the Music Man revival starring Hugh Jackman and Sutton Foster. Well not only did King of Cats steal the guys away to write our musical, we also managed to get them to come down to direct and musical direct it!

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