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Captain Smartypants saves the world in Powerpants!
Captain Smartypants saves the world in Powerpants!
Powerpants, the comic journey of nine peculiar boys and how they each discover their own unique powers, comes to KPC October 20, 8:00pm.

The nine peculiar boys include: Captain Sensible, Super White Guy, Kitty Cat Girl, The Wonder Twinks, The Mermanator, Becky, Normal Boy and Mister Quean. The Mermanator has the power of Ethel Merman's voice and the brute strength of Arnold Schwarzenegger. Super White Guy can confound the enemies of freedom by his strangely mesmerizing White Man's Boogie. And Kitty Cat Girl...well, let's just say she's packing six instead of just two. These powers and more from our brave boys in sexy costumes!

Along with the sexy costumes they sing quite a bit of everything. The boys do a mash-up of songs that all contain the word 'super' in them. They're doing songs like The Funky Music Polka, a super take on Peggy Lee's Fever, and a song that mixes Puccini's Nessun Dorma with Alan Parson's Eye in the Sky.

Will they save the world? Come to this action-packed, song-filled adventure to find out. You'll marvel at the mystical powers of The Mermanator, Kitty Cat Girl and Sensible Man! You'll thrill as they do battle with their arch-nemesis Doctor Killjoy as he plans to blow up the world with his Gravity Bomb! You'll marvel as they sing brand-new songs about pirates, cowboys, football players and their super-strength cleaning solutions! You'll wonder how so many songs and laughs could possibly be packed into one evening!

On stage at Kirkland Performance Center October 20, 8:00pm: Powerpants!. Get tickets online: www.kpcenter.org or call 425-893-9900.

All KPC tickets are subject to a $1.00 service fee. Group discounts are available to any group of 10 or more.

About Kirkland Performance Center
Kirkland Performance Center provides cultural enrichment by offering a home for the presentation, support and promotion of the performing arts. Located in downtown Kirkland , this 402-seat theatre hosts more than 250 music, theatre and dance performances each year from acclaimed regional, national and international artists. In addition to presenting performing arts, KPC conducts educational outreach programs through "A World of Arts," a program designed to bring visiting artists into the classrooms for in-depth workshops. KPC also hosts a variety of community programs, including the King County Library Lecture Series and "Kids-at-Play," an opportunity for students to perform in a professional setting at KPC. For more information and to review upcoming performances, please visit www.kpcenter.org.
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