Oh, the “Thinks” You Can Think When You Think About Seuss
Maranatha High School’s Performing Arts Department is spending a lot of time thinking about Seuss these days, because on March 12-14 their production of the Tony Awarding winning show “Seussical the Musical” will take the stage in the famous Ambassador Auditorium.
“Seussical the Musical” combines three of the most enduring Seuss classics, “Horton Hears A Who,” “Horton Hatches an Egg,” and “The Cat in the Hat” into one seamless storyline, narrated and emceed by the Cat and starring that most famous elephant, Horton, and his small Whoville friend, Jojo. Throw in a smattering of other Seuss stories and you have a show filled with laughter, eccentric characters, and a heart-warming tale. There will even be a brief sighting of the Grinch.
Even though Dr. Seuss wrote children’s stories, the lessons they teach are deep and timeless. One of the recurring statements made by Horton, in reference to the Who’s is: “A person’s a person no matter how small.” This is a story about the integrity and personal courage of one elephant helping an entire jungle “do the right thing no matter what.” As such, this show will have something for all ages.
Performances are from March 12-14 at 7:00 p.m. with a matinee also on Saturday, March 14 at 2:00 p.m. at the Ambassador Auditorium. You may purchase tickets online starting Tuesday, February 11 by visiting maranathahighschool.org/boxoffice.
Join us for this wonderful musical story, filled with color, laughter, and timeless truth with the whole family!