#1
So I'm in my schools musical. Which is called Seussical. Basically it's a bunch of Dr.Seuss story's mixed into a play. Most of the songs are very up beat and show tuney. But if your a fan of the books (which I am) then its pretty neat. I figured i would ask the pit what they thought about the idea of a Dr.Seuss musical.
#4
Do you like green eggs and ham?

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Nah, I really did like them. When I was like, 5.
#5
I like the one where the cat breaks into the guy with the weird eye's room and kills the guy in his sleep. Then he hides the heart of the guy under the floorboard and gets all nervous when the police come to question him then he goes crazy and says he killed the guy and hid his heart under the floor when it was really the ticking of his watch.
#6
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I like "Oh, The Places You'll Go!".


Thats part of a song in the show. One of the more dramatic ones.
#7
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Do you like green eggs and ham?




Never actually got round to reading that one. Oh what was the other one, involved fish? One fish, two fish etc. or something? That was alright. A musical would be excellent, as long as it doesn't become anything like the movie thing.
#8
It's so tragic, the way they hopped on Pop.
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I like the one where the cat breaks into the guy with the weird eye's room and kills the guy in his sleep. Then he hides the heart of the guy under the floorboard and gets all nervous when the police come to question him then he goes crazy and says he killed the guy and hid his heart under the floor when it was really the ticking of his watch.


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#12
My favourite book was not one of his more popular ones, it was 'There's a Wocket in my Pocket' I adored that book.
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Never actually got round to reading that one. Oh what was the other one, involved fish? One fish, two fish etc. or something? That was alright. A musical would be excellent, as long as it doesn't become anything like the movie thing.


"One fish two fish red fish blue fish"

Also part of the show
#14
Seuss Was a great activist and cared a lot about the environment, not too many people know that.
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#15
My old school put on Seussical. It was pretty great (that year they managed to secure lots of stage effects). But last year in Social Studies, we looked at these old propaganda cartoons Seuss did back in the 40's. Dear God, they were horrifying
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"One fish two fish red fish blue fish"

Also part of the show

Awesome

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#18
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My old school put on Seussical. It was pretty great (that year they managed to secure lots of stage effects). But last year in Social Studies, we looked at these old propaganda cartoons Seuss did back in the 40's. Dear God, they were horrifying

Pics?
#19
7 year old shredder6 did


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Seuss Was a great activist and cared a lot about the environment, not too many people know that.

I knew that, my geography teacher show the class a Dr. Suess movie, i dont remember what it was called. But Dr Suess is awsome, even though he is sorta a lazy writing, with all his flamdingers and flomboosers, but thats what makes him awsome
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#21
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I like "Oh, The Places You'll Go!".


I like that one too.
It's the last book he wrote before he died, too.
#22
I was actually in this show at my high school two years ago. Its a fun show, with lots of subtle innuendos. I was a citizen of the Jungle of Nool and a hunter. Kick ass, man.
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#23
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Pics?


I don't know if I can put them up.....Asians and Germans might be offended. It sounds silly, but some people are sensitive.
#24
I still love Dr. Suess.

It's just great to read when you're down, and rekindle memories.

My literature teacher had "Fox in Sox" last year, and I was tempted to steal it (since my mom gave all of my Suess books to my cousin).

They're just fun.
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#25
haha
dr.suess is truely a genius
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