Starring Phyllida Crowley-Smith as Victoria and Bryn Walters as Plato. From the 'Cats' film.
I have decided to part with my Plato costume, both because I need money for another costume I’m working on, and because he’s not getting the love he deserves! I have other cats I would rather wear, so I’d like to see this guy find a new loving home!
She is the youngest kitten, and is attracted to the charismatic ; in particular, Tugger seems to have a soft spot for her as well. She also seems attracted to , , , Mr. Mistoffelees, and and arguably some others depending on the production and may have a relationship with one of them. She separately dances with the first, and snuggles with Plato during Old Deuteronomy's entrance and also with Tumblebrutus after the Mating Dance, even though she is very close to Pouncival and they are seen often with each other. It is also seen that Mistoffelees and Jemima have a relationship as she interacts with him in his song and during the Invitation to the Jellicle Ball. In some productions, Mistoffelees and Jemima are shown to be close, as he goes and guides her to the other cats after she welcomes Gizabella back to the tribe.
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Welcome, I'm Plato. Feel free to look around the place and use my stuff after asking me (please note this!). Please, PLEASE, me your pictures that you have drawn, pictures from the video, pictures from anything, fanfics, mdi's, anything that you wish to be put here (noting it's CATS related). thank you.Tumblebrutus is an adolesent cat, easily reconized by his white and brown coat. He is very acrobatic and lively and not very mature. He doesn't stand out as much as some other cats but he does have a few solo lines so he gets time in the lime light. Tumblebrutus is good friends with Pouncival and Plato. Like his friends he idolizes Rum Tum Tugger and tries to do exactly what he does. Plato is another one of the cats who usually just blends into the background. The only part of the play where he stands out is when he does the mateing dance with Victoria. Plato is an adolesent Tom and is not mature like Alonzo and Munkustrap. He is very good friends with Pouncival and Tumblebrutus but is not quite as lively as them. Plato idolizes Rum Tum Tugger and tries to be just like him on every occasion. Plato's mate is Victoria and he has no children. It is important to recall that Plato sees a as the ideal essence of something, a transcendent entity that is perfect, immutable, indivisible. The things of our everyday world are imperfect copies of the forms; they are multiple, but the forms themselves are one. For example, there are many different kinds of cats: some have black fur, some grey, others orange. There are many different breeds, and cat owners might say that every cat has his own distinct personality. . According to Plato, the many cats are merely a facsimile of the form Cat. We call all the different cats in the world by one name because they have that form in common.