Rehearsals are underway for the L-W West Spring Musical, Seussical.

This is a lively musical based on the collective works of Dr. Seuss.

This lively musical is based on the collective works of Dr. Seuss and feature many of his most beloved characters including The Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, Gertrude McFuzz, and Mayzie la Bird.

Performances are at 7:00 p.m. on Thursday, April 18; Friday, April 19; and Saturday, April 20 in the West Performing Arts Center located at 21701 S. Gougar Road, New Lenox.

“Bringing these characters to life has been such a blast for the entire ensemble. Every cast member is very enthusiastic about this production and is working hard to make it the best West musical we have done,” stated Tom Venutolo, West choral director and director of the spring musical.

Cast in the production are: Nathan Adler, Josh Adler, Annie Albright, Morgan Alcosar, Sarah Bonamino, Hannah Bovard, Fiona Bowers, Kaelen Evon, Amber Frederiksen, Anthony Gagliardi, Sabrina Gerencher, Samantha Gerencher, Val Gibertini, Ryan Hegarty, Evan Kirkeeng, Jenna Kirkeeng, Bethany Koniuszy, Elizabeth Kritikos, Caroline Larson, Jen McKenzie, Julianne Medenblik, Trevor Moore, Taylor O’Brien, Maggie O’Connell, Davis Pakalski, Eden Pakalski, Davis Pakalski, Jenny Richardson, David Santefort, Rachel Singh, Gretchen Stellwagen, Britni Tarr, Justin Thrall, Natalie Zepeda, Victoria Zepeda, and Andrea Zielinkski.

“These are stories everyone has grown up with; now they get to enter the world of Seuss on stage, which coincidentally, is the plot of the whole show—a young boy creates the Cat in the Hat from his ‘thinks’ and is thrust into the many stories of Dr. Seuss,’ adds Venutolo.

Tickets are $10 each and may be purchased at the door, or by calling the ticket hotline at 815-717-3507, or by emailing lwwesttickets@gmail.com. All tickets are reserved seating.

A free senior citizen performance with general admission is scheduled for 5:00 p.m. on April 17.

Doors open at 4:40 p.m. No ticket is required. Please enter through door #49.


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