Spring Production

Seussical - Spring 2020

Seussical takes us into the world of Dr. Seuss, where we revisit beloved characters including The Cat in the Hat and Horton the Elephant. The Cat in the Hat guides us into The Jungle of Nool where  we meet Horton, a loyal and kind elephant. Horton discovers the small town of Whoville on a speck of dust where he meets a boy named JoJo. The Cat in the Hat continues to get JoJo in trouble by making him think too many “thinks.” Meanwhile, Horton courageously and loyally fights to protect the clover which Whoville has landed on, despite the outrage of the jungle animals and their efforts to throw him into the insane asylum for hearing noises from a dust speck.

Besides Gertrude McFuzz, who is desperately in love with Horton, no one believes Horton. Will Horton save Who? Will he convince the jungle creatures they exist? Will Jojo survive? Join us on this exciting journey of a loyal elephant, a bird with a one feather tail, a small boy with a large imagination, and a Cat in the Hat.

Performance Dates

April 17th @ 7:00pm
April 18th @ 2:00pm and 7:00pm
April 24th @ 7:00pm
April 25th @ 2:00pm and 7:00pm

Ticket Sale Information

Due to government mandated school closure during the month of April, Legacy will be unable to perform this production as scheduled.

Meet Our Spring Drama Director - Abigail Howse

Abigail Howse
Spring Drama Director

Abigail Howse, a 2016 Legacy graduate, is excited to come back to Legacy Christian Academy as the Spring Drama Director. Graduating from the University of Minnesota in December of 2019, she will be working in Leadership Development. Theater played an important role during her time at Legacy and she is excited to invest in the program that made her time at Legacy especially sweet. Abigail’s love for theater has only grown during her 13 years of experience as an actress, and she is excited to take this step as Director. Starting at age 15, Abigail pursued training from professional actors and actresses in the areas of musical theater vocal training, acting and musical theater dance. She sees theater as a beautiful opportunity to reach others and share important morals through storytelling.