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Seussical, The Musical

a Musical
CATEGORY : CHILDREN MUSICAL
by Music by Stephen Flaherty Lyrcis by Lynn Ahrens, and Booky by Both

COMPANY : Fayette-Cowetta Family Theatre, Inc. [WEBSITE]
VENUE : Villages Amphitheater in Fayetteville [WEBSITE]
ID# 1656

SHOWING : June 22, 2006 - June 26, 2006

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PRODUCTION DESCRIPTION

Based on the beloved characters and stories of Dr. Seuss, this msuical incorporates elements from at least 15 Dr. Seuss books and includes appearances by many of his most famous characters. With the most famous of all, the Cat in the Hat, leading us through the story with energy, humor and a bit of playful mischief.


CAST & CREW LIST
Production Manager Amy Turner
Cast Tammy J Barton
Music Director/Sour Kangaroo Jennifer Wallace
Hunter Alex Amos
The Cat in the Hat Eileen Baldwin
Who Daughter One Jacqueline Berthold
Nool Butterfly Amanda Buzzeo
Yertle the Turtle McKenna Ceci
Wickersham Brother/Rehearsal Accompanist Brent Davis
Wickersham Brother Dustin Davis
Who Mother One Maria DeCotis
Wickersham Brother Tad Durden
Bird Girl Stephanie Earle
Thing Two Angela Edmongs
Nool Butterly Katherine Gillanders
Bird Girl Stephanie Grant
Who Mother Two Hannah Herdon
Who Mother Two Hannah Herndon
Wickersham Brother Darius Johnson
Horton, the Elephant Robbie Kirkland
Hunter Kimberly Leoffler
Bird Girl Hannah Lewis
Mrs. Mayor Karen Lisica
Hunter Sarah Manley
Mr. Mayor Michael Reep
JoJo Anna Marie Smith
Gertrude McFuzz Lizzie Spratt
Bird Girl Sarah Stitt
Hunter Sara Turner
Mayzie La Bird/Choreographer Caitlin Wade
Vlad Vladikoff Brain Walsh
Nool Bat Crystal Warner
Bird Girl Timi Leigh Webb
Thing One Emma Widtfeldt
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REVIEWS

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Not up to the standard of the past
by Gwiz
Monday, August 28, 2006
2.0
Pros: Good casting. Wonderful handling of Mother Nature (The first show rained out). OK value. Lighting better than most events this year although not up to past standards. Music OK. Better than watching TV. Better than most comunity theater productions.

Cons: Weak sound. Spoiled by this companies production of "Dreamcoat". Principles did not hold a candle to Dreamcoat. Nor music, direction, sound, lighting, etc. Once a company has moved from an amature standing and elevated itself artisticly and technally as this company did with Dreamcoat, i'ts hard to return to an amature production without reporcutions. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]
Seussical The Musical - Good
by ptoer4676
Sunday, July 2, 2006
3.0
The Show really gets a 3.5, but it won't let me give that. I believe that this show could've turned out better, but beggers can't be chosers now can we? The music was okay, and it could've used some work, but that's fine. [POST A COMMENT REGARDING THIS REVIEW]


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