SEUSSICAL The Musical Now Playing at The Heights Players In Brooklyn
The Heights Players in Brooklyn proudly presents Seussical - the magical, toe-tapping, family-friendly musical based on the works of Dr. Seuss and written by the Tony Award-winning team of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty! The production, directed by Hilary Goldman, is the sixth of The Heights Players' 62nd season.
The cast is led by Jessie Carina Lanza (The Cat in the Hat), Emma Grace Berardelli and Gareth Hogan (splitting the role of Jojo), Kevin McAuley (Horton The Elephant), Cait Farrell (Gertrude McFuzz), and Danielle Ferretti (Mayzie LaBird).
Also featured are Julia Dimant (The Sour Kangaroo), Maura Gillespie, Autumn Hitt, and Rachel Ladd (The Bird Girls), Justin Boyd, Ricky La Luz-Riviera, and Brady Walsh (The Wickersham Brothers), Sean Dearing and Julie Crane (Mr. & Mrs. Mayor), and Karen Mascolo Hagan (General Gengus Khan Schmitz).
Playing a wide range of beloved Seussian creatures and characters is the company, which includes Anna Bencivengo, J. Scot Cahoon, Maya Chatterjee, Kaylie DeLauri, Michelle Maccarone, Marissa Maffiolini, Dylan Paris, Georgie Raiola, Alyson Ryan, and Jason Schulof.
Seussical opened on Friday, February 2nd at The John Bourne Theatre in Brooklyn Heights, and will play nine performances through Sunday, February 18th. Showtimes are Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm and Sundays at 2pm. The Heights Players and the John Bourne Theatre are located at 26 Willow Place, Brooklyn, NY 11201.
For this production only, The Heights Players is offering a special group rate for kids 12 years of age and younger. Tickets for groups of 10 kids or more will be available at the discounted rate of $15 per ticket. To book your group, please call 718-237-2752 or email email@example.com
Regular tickets are $25 for adults and $23 for seniors and children 18 and under. Visit heightsplayers.org to secure your reservation today.
About The Heights Players:
The Heights Players, Inc. is a not-for-profit, all-volunteer, membership organization, offering nine theatrical productions each season. This is in addition to the Theater for Children program and the annual end-of-season Gala and Directors' Workshops. Now in its 62nd Season, The Heights Players is Brooklyn's oldest self-sustaining community theatre. To learn more about The Heights Players, please visit www.heightsplayers.org.
Photo credit: Marc A. Hermann