Chaotic Acts of Theatre is proud to be a member of the American Association of Community Theatre.

CAT founder, Kevin Labrum, recently recorded a short excerpt from Neil Gaiman’s “The Graveyard Book” for the Excerpts with Actors for Rediscovered Books in Boise (where he also happens to work). Give it a listen and tell us what the next one should be.

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Fandom Night - The Night that Yoda Is

Feb 20, 2020 – Feb 20, 2020

Fandom Night at the Bookstore - "Night that Yoda is"

Join us for the award winning production Star Wars Abridged! performed by Chaotic Acts of Theatre. All nine movies performed in 45 minutes with only three actors.

Trivia, and lots of other stellar activities as well at Rediscovered Books - C...

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CAT's founders are busily working on a number of new plays as well as a website. Looking forward to debuting some new, original work that are different than much of our previous work.

CAT will be on hiatus while we moonlight at Boise Little Theater for The Neverending Story in July.


How do you confront the horrifying reality of a play with a curtain before 10am? You make it a rousing, swashbuckling, anarchic summation of a rousing, swashbuckling, anarchic film series performed parodically (I’m sure that’s a word – and if not...

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4 days until we perform “Star Wars Abridged” for the AACT festival at the Spokane Civic Center.

Star Wars Abridged

Apr 6, 2019 – Apr 6, 2019

Join Chaotic Acts of Theatre for this fundraising performance of Star Wars Abridged ahead of their trip to the Regional theater festival for AACT in Spokane.

Star Wars Abridged is a hilarious romp through the 8 movies with 3 actors in 45 minutes. This loving parody tells the story of Luke Skywal...

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Chaotic Acts show “Star Wars Abridged” was selected to represent AACT’s Region 9 Regional Festival as well as awards for Best Performance, Best Ensemble, Best Lead Actor, Best Cameo and Best Directing.

Theater Outside the Box

In 2010, Chaotic Acts of Theatre began out of a request for a theater component to the Treasure Valley’s Big Read of “To Kill a Mockingbird.” After performing in multiple locations including the historic downtown courthouse, other requests kept the nascent theater company, then named Theatre Sans Limites, busy performing. From the tales of Mark Twain, to parodies of popular fandoms and original local works, CAT strives to perform outside the box and without limits.

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