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The Tales of Dr. Seuss Come to Life During Grand Rapids Civic Theatre's 92nd Season

Wednesday, 11 October 2017 07:46
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The Tales of Dr. Seuss Come to Life During Grand Rapids Civic Theatre's 92nd Season

The whimsical tales of Dr. Seuss come to life in Seussical The Musical. Based on Horton Hears a Who!, The Cat in the Hat, and Miss Gertrude McFuzz, this heart-filled journey is guaranteed to thrill all fans of the beloved rhyming master.

The story focuses on some familiar characters: Jojo, who is told not to think; Horton, who is ridiculed for his dream; and Gertrude McFuzz, who is just working to get Horton to notice her. This musical adventure reminds us all of the importance of discovery and a spirit of imagination.

"Seussical offers all the energetic and colorful flights of imagination that you'd expect from Dr. Seuss, but it's packaged in a fresh and exciting musical score that artfully carries the entire show. And at the center of all this wonderful spectacle is a touching human story about love," said Director Andrew Anglin.

Seussical The Musical is part of the Grand Rapid Civic Theatre's 92nd season, which continues to thrill with well-loved classics and new favorites for the entire family.

Revel in nostalgia this holiday season with the reproduction of Annie, reminding all of us that tomorrow is only a day away. 2018 opens in Washington with a political thriller, All The Way, telling the story of Lyndon B. Johnson and his tragic entry to the presidency. The season continues with one of the most popular Broadway musicals of all time: My Fair Lady. Children will be captivated by the story of Akeelah and the Bee in April and will not be able to stop singing after Shrek The Musical in June. The season closes with the Civic School of Theatre Arts Summer Repertory Theatre ntensive performances of School of Rock and Little Women.

Courtesy of the Grand Rapids Civic Theatre. For more information on any of these shows or to purchase tickets, call 616.222.6650 or visit www.grct.org.

Photo coutesy of Grand Rapids Civic Theatre

 

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