This is a story about a very goofy, not-too-bright, absent-minded detective. The story takes place in a deserted alley, behind some restaurants in the city. There are garbage cans in the alley and a large bag of rice with the word RIZ printed clearly on the front so that the audience can see the word. The story begins with a television reporter (who takes on the role of narrator) stating that the detective, Chat Angora, is in search of the criminal, Madame Rat. Chat Angora receives three different clues from three very different, mysterious characters, each with a very distinct personality. It is a very popular play with teachers and students from Grade four to grade seven. It is full of emotional content and humour, and results in an unresolved ending, which is ideal for story extension possibilities! Students love the contrasting personalities of the characters, and especially love to be the goofy Chat Angora.
'Big Book' of the play
Whole-Class Activities Book
Partner/Group Activities Book: Student Blackline Masters
Poster and Image Cards
Teacher DVD/Student DVD
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