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If you are bored with the tedious routine and humdrum of life then Emerald City Theatre's production of the play, The Cat In The Hat is the perfect sizzler for your day. This classic live performance leaps onto the stage with zingy and chaotic energy in the adaptation from the National Theatre in London. The play is offering an exquisite theatrical experience for all age groups. It can be a perfect family evening since it is known to be enjoyed by children and adults alike. Grab your Cat In Hat tickets soon to enjoy this upcoming on-stage performance.
The Cat in the Hat belongs to the genre of children literature; the book is authored by Dr. Seuss. Dr. Seuss is one of the most accomplished writers who have carved their niche for eternal glory in the field of literature. He work is so dynamic and vivid that several of his works have been adapted for films and on-stage plays. This play is based on the book aforementioned, by Dr. Seuss and the book’s timeless fame amongst its fans has encouraged the production house to adapt it for a live endeavor. The adaptation by Katie Mitchell, can be your perfect companion on a day off or a break from the monotony of your schedule. It is strongly recommended to those who want to spend some quality time with loved ones. The play aims to clasp your attention till the end with its remarkable theatrics.
Games or trouble, The Cat brings all kinds of mischief to this ‘grey day’ in the plot – whether Sally and her sibling are able to clarify the chaos to their beloved Mother? To find out book your Cat In Hat tickets in advance at the best possible deals. As for the stage craft, according to the former reviews the set Designer, Luciana Stecconi shaped the stage to hold astounding semblance with the picture laid out by the author in this classic children’s story. As its ardent fans have claimed that they felt as if they have walked into the actual realms of the books. Such is closeness of the scene.
Karin Abromatis, the director of the play was able to arrest all the fast-paced action and sentimental swings of the book in a precise forty-five minutes display of the act. With so much activity on the stage, one finds one’s self drenched in the story and out of breath due to its fast action, like the actors, for most of the show. The tale is propelled along with an articulate and smooth voice of National Public Radio’s Guy Raz as the appreciated Narrator in his earlier performances. The costumes too have been intricately designed as if torn out of the books, such is their precision, down to the black squiggly pen stripes on the costumes.
The play has gathered positive reviews from various sources so don’t let this occasion slide by and avail this opportunity to be thoroughly entertained. The production pervades just around thirty minutes and then, the cast involves their young fans with an interactive session. As a cherry to this cake is the opportunity for the fans to meet their stars in the lobby of theatre. This personal rendezvous is something which a book or an animated adaptation can’t match. The live theatre has its own fervor and weaves its artistic magic over the crowd, ensuring that they leave fulfilled with aesthetic pleasure.