The Great Cat-B
March 20 – March 22, 1975
An excerpt from a letter from the Thurston PTO on March 14th, 1975…
…our setting takes place in the 1940’s or early ’50s when hemlines were between the knee and the ankle, men wore narrow lapels and narrow ties – policemen were policemen. We poke fun at a lot of things – we laugh a lot, our major character is a Detective Sergeant in the police department who has a mystery to solve, his teen age daughter has a crush on a high school football hero who hasn’t yet asked her to the prom – a teen age son who fights with his sister, and a 12 year old boy who lives in his baseball uniform. “Mother” keeps a firm hand at home, Gram and Gramps do a fantastic soft shoe to an oldie “Let’s Put Out the Lights and Go To Sleep”. We even have a family pet – a beagle who looks strangely like Snoopy – whose antics will bring you a chuckle.