"The show has everything. Its script is funny/arch/clever; its cast is standing ovation wonderful . . . the show keeps its audience happily involved (laughing, mostly) for every one of its ninety minutes. It's a kids show which both kids and adults will love. Greg Palmer's adaptation is non-stop hilarious."
- Wayne Johnson, The Seattle Times

"A must-see for holiday season theatergoers whimsical, fun-filled Don't miss this play! It is fun, delightful family entertainment."

- Dorothy Perlman, Seattle's Child

Puss In Boots

Commissioned by Seattle Children's Theatre, 1985
Book and Lyrics by Greg Palmer
Music by Cliff Lenz
Premiere Production directed by R. Hamilton Wright
Published by Eldridge Plays & Musicals, as revised in 2008
"Puss-itively enchanting," as one Canadian headline writer described a production in Edmonton. A funny funny version of this traditional tale--much of the humor attributable to the style of English Panto in which (like The Big Bad Wolf) the script is written. The Queen (the "Pantomime Dame") is played by a man, the handsome prince by a woman, fairies talk in rhyme, and a principal character is a man in a cat suit. The songs include "Hail to the Queen," "Hail to Puss," and "Love is New to Me."