Who wants green eggs and ham?

Portal Players has a play. They’ve announced auditions just today.

Portal Players has a play. They’ve announced auditions just today.

The play has a name, it’s called Seussical. By the looks of things, it’s a musical.

Think you’ve got talent? Do green eggs go with ham?

Come out and audition Sept. 7, 8 or 9 and show the directors your jam.

3 p.m., 7 p.m. and 7 p.m. respectively are the times.

(We know it’s grammatically incorrect but it was hard to rhyme.)

Feel free to sing karaoke or a capella too.

Bring an Mp3 for your audition, or no music will do.

These open auditions are exciting to John

Kenchenten the producer, who has really gone

out of his way to bring Seussical to the stage.

It’s very exciting! It will be all the rage!

Rehearsals will start near the end of September,

but the play won’t debut until February, remember.

You know you want to audition, you know you do.

You could be the next Horton or Cindy Lou.

So channel the Cat, find your best hat, get up on the stage and that will be that.


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