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Touring Performance:
Dr. Seuss's The Cat in the Hat
Based on the book by Dr. Seuss
Adapted and originally directed
by Katie Mitchell

Tour Dates
Monday - Friday
Feb. 11 - May 21, 2020

To book a tour, contact Arianna Day at 713-524-9196 or complete the Online Reservation Form.

“The sun did not shine. It was too wet to play. So we sat in the house. All that cold, cold, wet day.” So begins the wildly popular Dr. Seuss classic that generations of children have read growing up. But never fear, the Cat in the Hat appears, with Thing One and Thing Two (bringing mayhem and fun!), to take Sally, her brother and the fish on a madcap adventure!

Recommended for Pre-Kindergarten and up.


High Praise for MST's Touring Productions

"He was so interactive with our young students. It was the perfect length of time!"

-- St. Mark Lutheran

"For almost all of our kids this was their first live performance...I stayed during both shows...so during the second show I watched the kids...they were so totally engaged and lit up...laughing and smiling and just so into it...as a teacher...it was one of those moments that makes you tear up...just to see their happiness...I can't thank y'all enough."

– Anderson-Shiro Elementary

“Your [touring] production of STUART LITTLE was FANTASTIC!!!! What a breath of fresh air!!! Your energy, talent and creative staging were fantastic. My 3 year old class was MESMERIZED (now that really is HIGH PRAISE!) Please let your actors know how much our students and faculty enjoyed it!!! We look forward to having your back on our campus next year!!!”

-- Sincerely,                                  
Cindy Williams                        
Preschool 3's Teacher          
 St. Mark's Episcopal School 

“The performance was wonderful! The students loved it. It was for nearly all of them their introduction to both Shakespeare and live theater. How fortunate they were to have Main Street Theater provide them both experiences. The cast worked their craft to captivate their audience. Students are talking about it still. Just yesterday, a student used a phrase from 'Romeo & Juliet' in an essay. In middle school that's very high praise indeed. Please convey our thanks to the cast for their kindness and professionalism.”

-- Warmly,                         
Dom Zuccone              
 Deady Middle Schooll 

 

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