Save the Date for Suessical Jr. (6/1/19 and 6/2/19)

Oooh and Oooh the Winningest Walloping Waltzing Whiz-zinger

is Coming to St. Francis de Sales!

 

St. Francis de Sales Catholic Academy STUDENTS…

ALL THINKERS OF STRANGE AND WONDERFUL THINKS

TO BRING DR. SEUSS’ CAT IN THE HAT AND OTHERS
FROM THE PAGE TO THE STAGE

WITH THEIR PRODUCTION OF SEUSSICAL JUNIOR

 

Whimsical and Magical Musical of Seussical Proportions Opens Saturday June 1st

 

St. Francis de Sales Catholic Academy middle school students will unlock the imaginations of Rockaway citizens when they bring the Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, Gertrude McFuzz, Mayzie La Bird, the Whos in Whoville and other Seuss favorites to life with their production of Seussical JR., it was announced today by the Cat in the Hat.

“Now, I’m here, there is no telling what may ensue with a Cat such as me, and a Thinker like you!,” says the Cat in the Hat.

 

Horton will hear a Who and cheerful chaos will ensue when St. Francis de Sales presents Seussical JR. on Saturday June 1st at 2pm and 6:30pm and on Sunday June 2nd at 2pm at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Academy Gym (219 Beach 129th Street, Belle Harbor, NY 11694) Tickets will go on sale Monday April 29th. Tickets are $10 for all adults, $5 for children under 14 and $3 for all SFDS Students. More information to follow. For more information on how to watchering-watch the performance please call the main office at 718-634-2775.

Seussical JR. begins with a young boy named JoJo who conjures up the Cat in the Hat with his powerful imagination and is whisked to the Jungle of Nool for a fantastical adventure. There JoJo learns of the plight of the tiny citizens of Whoville, who live on a planet the size of a speck of dust. Their sole protector is Horton the Elephant, who is the only one with large and sensitive enough ears to hear them bipping and beeping and playing their oompahs. The small world is threatened by Sour Kangaroo and the Wickersham Brothers, who in disbelief that a world could be so small, try to steal the dust-speck so they can cast it into a vat of Beezle-Nut oil. During all of this drama, Horton has not noticed that he has an admirer, Gertrude McFuzz. She blames his indifference on her one-feather short tail and endeavors to find a way to change her looks. Meanwhile, Horton’s friend, Mayzie La Bird, is bored of perching on her nest, and convinces the watchful elephant to sit on her egg so she can take a vacation. The Cat follows all of these storylines and finally casts the boy into his own as the irresponsible son of Mr. and Mrs. Mayor of Whoville, JoJo, who ultimately saves his whole tiny world with one big, imaginative “think.”

 

We hope to see you in June!