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Directed by: Anthony Bruno
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Seussical is a musical comedy by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty, based on the many children's stories of Dr. Seuss, with most of its plot being based on Horton Hears a Who! and Horton Hatches the Egg! while incorporating many other stories.


Show Dates:

Friday May 13, 2022 -7:30pm

Saturday May 14, 2022 -7:30pm

Sunday May 15, 2022 -2pm (Matinee)

Thursday May 19, 2022 -7:30pm

Friday May 20, 2022 -7:30pm

Saturday May 21, 2022 -2pm (Matinee)

Saturday May 21, 2022 -7:30pm

The Cast

Bee Rudell



Joe Phillips

A THINK: The Cat in the Hat


Timmy Wiverstad 

A THINK: Horton the Elephant


Danielle Rammer 

A THINK: Gertrude McFuzz


Eulalia Carriveau 

A THINK: A Sour Kangaroo


Lindsay Rick -

A THINK: Mayzie LaBird


Kristin Sorenson

A THINK: The Mayor of Whoville


Brady Baker 

A THINK: The Wickershams and others


Ava Childs 

A THINK: The Wickershams and others


Lukas Reschke 

A THINK: The Wickershams and others


Corrine M Schultz 

A THINK: General Genghis Kahn Schmitz and Others


Kimberly Xiong 

A THINK: The Grinch and Others


Nico Torres 

A THINK: VLAD Vladikoff and Others


Elizabeth Kaufmann

A THINK: Cindy Lou Who and Others


Becky Marcus 

A THINK: The Court Marshal and Others

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Meet the Director

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Anthony is an award-winning theatre director and educator specializing in ensemble-driven theatre and new work development. He is currently the Artistic Director at Arlington Children’s Theatre in Arlington, MA. Anthony’s work on the world premiere of Southern Hospitality by Lilia Rubin earned him the NSPF Award for Best Director. In 2018, Anthony co-produced and directed Theater for the New City’s 15th annual gala, Love ‘N Courage featuring André De Shields, Vinie Burrows, and Charles Busch.


Anthony founded The Sandbox @ Redhouse, a program in partnership with Red House Arts Center (Syracuse, NY) designed to train and foster collaboration between local playwrights and directors in the development of new works. Anthony was selected from a global pool of applicants by the International Performing Arts Institute to direct and train early-career musical theatre and opera professionals in Kiefersfelden, Germany. This year, The Great American Songbook Foundation (founded by Michael Feinstein) scouted Anthony to sit on the screening and admittance panel for their prestigious Songbook Academy, a program that trains pre-professional high school performers from around the country. 


Select New York credits include What Do Critics Know? (Signature Theatre), The 40th Annual Halloween Costume Ball (Theater for the New City), and Me Prometheus (Hudson Guild Theatre). Regional credits include White Plains PAC, Red House Arts Center, Summer Theatre of New Canaan, Riverside Theatre, Sheboygan Theatre Company, Phoenix Productions, Cape Fear Regional Theatre, and as a visiting member of the Music Theatre faculty at Elon University. Anthony holds a BFA in Music Theatre from Elon University and is an SDC Associate Member. 

Meet the Music Director

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Erin LaFond is a Manitowoc native living and teaching in Two Rivers. She is very happy to be making her STC debut as music director for Seussical. Other directing credits include Mamma Mia! Spring Awakening, Into the Woods, Big Fish, Chicago, Rent, The Sound of Music, and You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. When she's not behind the piano, she also loves to be on stage. Acting highlights include Shrek (Princess Fiona), 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (Rona Peretti), Mary Poppins (Miss Andrews), The Last 5 Years (Cathy), The Marvelous Wonderettes (Missy), The Addams Family (Alice Beineke), The Odd Couple - Female Version (Olive), and The Miracle Worker (Kate Keller). Erin is grateful for this opportunity to work with STC and especially with Anthony. Much love and thanks to Jeff, Archer, Jasper, Jess, and Jon for all the constant love and support.

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