McLeod Seussical inspires

Students at McLeod elementary sang a collaboration musical of multiple Dr. Seuss themes.

Cat In The Hat played by Daemon Jackson

(It Rhymes)

A persons a person, no matter how small.

These are Dr. Seuss words sung by McLeod Elementary students at the production of Seussical, the Dr. Seuss musical- March 19, 20 and 21.

Abstract costumes and oddly coloured trees set the scene for a number of Dr. Seuss themes.

Cat in the hat, Lorax, Horton Hears a Who, Green Eggs and Ham, Hop on Pop and Fox in Socks to name a few.

When the kids sang out loud the crowd was quite quiet, and when the sound stopped the crowd cheered with excitement.

Each actor and actress on stage at the show knew all their lines and when to go.

Each scene had a message on values and morals, vibrantly portrayed through song bridges and chorals.

The boys at the back who controlled all the lighting, were precisely on point as if the sun it was shining.

Popcorn smelled great and the baked goods looked yummy. Many folks bought treats since the kids get back all the funding.

All the teachers and volunteers get a shout out too. For the play wouldn’t have gone on without all of you.

 

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