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Seussical the Musical • For 3 Shows Only!
Friday, December 2 at 7 pm  -- SOLD OUT
Saturday, December 3 at 2 pm -- Limited Seats Available
Saturday, December 3 at 7 pm -- SOLD OUT
in the Charles LaBorde Theatre

Tickets: Online Pre-purchase $11 Students / $14 Adults
*At Door (if available): $12 Students / $15 Adults

Our Junior and Senior Musical Theatre students present Seussical, a fantastical, magical, musical extravaganza! Tony winners Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty take us into the world of Dr. Seuss, where we visit beloved characters including The Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, Gertrude McFuzz, Lazy Mayzie, and JoJo. Seussical weaves a story of friendship, loyalty and love. Despite all odds, Horton and Gertrude band together to save the Whos, free Horton, and restore peace and unity to the Jungle of Nool. Seussical teaches us the power of being unique, and the importance of fighting for your beliefs.

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* This show will sell out!  PLEASE PRE-PURCHASE your tickets online to guarantee your seat. If you are interested in priority ticket sales, please consider becoming a patron.

**Please arrive at the theater at least 10 minutes before curtain.  Due to safety concerns, NWSA reserves the right to deny seating to anyone arriving after the curtain.  Late arrivals will be seated at intermission or at other breaks in the show at the discretion of the house manager.

Young Actors Symposium Saturday, January 14 At Northwest School of the Arts The Fourth Annual Young Actors Symposium is a rare and unique opportunity open to young actors, techies and film makers (ages 11–21) to learn from and get exposure to theatre and film professionals in the Southeast. This year’s Young Actors Symposium Special Guest is Tiffany Haas, who will lead several master classes. Tiffany is a Broadway performer, entrepreneur and designer. She played Glinda in the Broadway production of Wicked. Prior to her Broadway role, Tiffany wowed audiences nationwide portraying the ever‐popular Glinda with the Wicked National Tour. She also toured as the dance captain for the Tony Award winning musical The Drowsy Chaperone. Occasionally coming down from her “bubble”, she regularly performs with symphony orchestras and cabaret venues throughout the country. She also leads master classes in association with many of their prestigious classical music programs. Choose from a variety of engaging and informative master classes and workshops; audition experience opportunities; or networking with talent agents and casting directors! Sessions range from $15-$35 each.

Registration is now open!

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In Memory of John Fraker

A word from Bonnie:

“I have never been happier that I teach at Northwest School of the Arts. So many wonderful people from the NWSA family came to support me and my family yesterday at the memorial for my husband – administrators, staff, teachers, former teachers, students, former students, parents, even parents of students who graduated years ago. I was proud beyond words of my amazing students who sang – Karley Kornegay, Jocelyn Cabaniss, Liam Pearce, Ryan Kapur, Jeremy Mitchell Cousar, and Keston Steele, and Jordan Hardesty, who played piano. John was always so proud of the NWSA students, and he would have loved their beautiful renditions of some of his favorite songs. My family and out of town friends were blown away by their voices. Finally, I am so blessed to have the friends/colleagues I do — Kristin Stonnell, who played so beautifully.; Matt Hinson who made me cry like a baby with his rendition of “You Raise Me Up”, and who organized and rehearsed the students and the rest of the music, and who has generally been my rock through this ordeal; Corey D Mitchell, who officiated like a pro, and who made my laugh at loud. His beautiful tribute to John was heartfelt and perfect, and he has been here for me at every turn; Finally, the beautiful Lucinda Barca Supernavage, who has been there herself, and who gave me a digital and understanding shoulder to cry on. These people, and so many others were generous and compassionate when I needed it. I love my NWSA famliy.”

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