Performed by a cast of 11 youth actors and directed by Kit Hussey, this story takes what Andy Warhol once famously said, “Sooner or later, everyone will be famous for fifteen minutes,” and explores what he never told us: when, where, or even how we will receive our fifteen minutes of fame. We learn that not everyone can be prepared for what fame has to bring, or even when fame is going to enter our lives and how quickly it can leave. Taking inspiration from the museum’s exhibit, Modern Masters, CATS will break free from what patrons expect to receive when they take in a show, and guide their audience through a three-part theatrical experience.
Upon their arrival, theatre patrons will be escorted by actors portraying gallery guides, explaining the history of the Modern Era, the different artist biographies as well as fun facts about the art themselves. While traveling through the museum the audience will find a short one-man biographical piece portraying the famous Andy Warhol. The one-man piece will conclude and patrons will travel to the rooftop of the museum to enjoy the main performance What Andy Warhol Never Told Me.