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Pioneer Theatre Guild: Seussical (Publicity Shoot)

 
Pioneer Theatre Guild: Seussical (Publicity Shoot) | It’s obviously the Cat in the Hat, but the press photo aims to keep the exact look of the character hidden, um, under his hat. (Goldfish appears courtesy of Atlantic Records.)
It’s obviously the Cat in the Hat, but the press photo aims to keep the exact look of the character hidden, um, under his hat. (Goldfish appears courtesy of Atlantic Records.)

Pioneer Theatre Guild’s Seussical had a wildly successful opening last Saturday night. And after an ambitious run of four more fantastical performances this weekend, it will be over. Just like that. No more cat. No more hat.

Do not blink, nor even wink. And don’t even think of going “kerplink” (unless, of course, you’re in a pink roller rink)! I do not mean to make a big stink. But you ought to buy tickets by clicking this link!

I took production photos on not just one occasion, but two — this show is that captivating! And this handy-dandy, decoy blog-entry (featuring thematically-related pictures of my oh-so-adorable son, Max, dredged up from the archives) will buy me more time to pick and choose from my massive haul of Seussical images. Now, don’t even dream of telling me that you hoped to see my pix before you bought your tix. Don’t you dare! Because, as good as my pix may be, they cannot compare to being there. (I swear.)

Tickets

  • Adults: $12
  • Students/Seniors/PHS Staff: $9

Assigned seating now on sale at showtix4u.com. General admission seating on sale at the door.
All performances will be in Schreiber Auditorium at Ann Arbor’s Pioneer High School.

Performance Schedule

  • Saturday, April 23 @ 7:30pm
  • Friday, April 29 @ 7:30pm
  • Saturday, April 30 @ 2pm matinee
  • Saturday, April 30 @ 7:30pm
  • Sunday, May 1 @ 2pm matinee

More info here.

Pioneer Theatre Guild: Seussical (Publicity Shoot) | Taken in 2007: On a trip to visit family in Georgia, we had Max wear the Cat-in-the-Hat hat so we could spot him quickly when he’d dart off in the crowded terminals, as he was wont to do. But the ever chameleon-like Max still managed to give us the slip at the Atlanta airport. (“Journeys” by Carl Joe Williams.)
Taken in 2007: On a trip to visit family in Georgia, we had Max wear the Cat-in-the-Hat hat so we could spot him quickly when he’d dart off in the crowded terminals, as he was wont to do. But the ever chameleon-like Max still managed to give us the slip at the Atlanta airport. (“Journeys” by Carl Joe Williams.)
Pioneer Theatre Guild: Seussical (Publicity Shoot) | Taken in 2008: Max is his own make-up artist. | A new day with new face paint (albeit same shirt). The hat continues to give us hours of entertainment. “Oh, the things you can do when your hat is your shoe!”
Taken in 2008: Max is his own make-up artist. | A new day with new face paint (albeit same shirt). The hat continues to give us hours of entertainment. “Oh, the things you can do when your hat is your shoe!”

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I’m a professional photographer specializing in studio and lifestyle portraits of children, families, high school seniors, and performing artists. I live in Ann Arbor with my husband, Rich, and our 14-year-old son, Max. Learn more about my portrait and headshot services at Myra Klarman Photography.

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