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Huntington Middle School Proudly Presents: Seussical the Musical!
“Seussical the Musical, based on the books of Dr. Seuss, is set to delight audiences at the Kenneth F. White Auditorium in San Marino, CA.”
Adults will have a great time, and kids old enough to have read Dr. Seuss books will love it, too. During the course of the play, the Cat in the Hat pops in and out of scenes, narrating, playing numerous characters, and helping the younger members of the audience keep track of what's going on.
Performances begin Thursday, March 1 and run through Sunday, March 4. Thursday, Friday and Saturday performances begin at 7 pm; Sunday performance begins at 2 pm.
All are welcome to join us for an exciting night of theater. Appropriate for all ages. Tickets:
Information about the Directors:
Jeff Martinez is currently the Producer of Theater and Film at Azusa Pacific University where he has led over 20 productions in the Warehouse Theater, Black Box Theater and Wynn Amphitheater. From 2004-2007 he was founding producer and artistic director of Marmac Repertory Theater, and has been involved in over 50 productions as either producer or director at all ranges of theater in the Los Angeles area from educational to professional. Jeff received his BA in Communication with an emphasis in Media and a minor in Theater in 2001. In his spare time he enjoys being with his family and experimenting in the kitchen.
Natalie Taylor is a graduate of Azusa Pacific University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in Music with an emphasis in Vocal Performance and Music Business. While attending Azusa, she studied Classical, Broadway, Jazz and Pop styles. Since the age of seven, Natalie has been performing in musical theatre, various choirs, small groups and numerous studio recordings. Natalie currently teaches adjunct voice at California Baptist University and Life Pacific College and was the Musical Director for Hillside Arts Academy productions "Joseph,” “Seussical,”