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An original children TMs play, inspired by the works of Dr. Suess and written by a Kutztown University grad, will be presented by the Kutztown University Sunshine Players Saturday and Sunday as part of several events to celebrate Dr. Suess month.
The Sunshine Players are teaming up with university TMs Community Outreach Center and America Reads to host the free Dr. to noon Saturday featuring games, prizes, food, crafts, a free book for every child,
and a visit from the Cat in the Hat. The event is in the McFarland Student Union Building, Room 281.
The original half hour children TMs play written by 2007 Kutztown University graduate Trystin S. Bailey follows the adventures of Sally, a young girl who is searching for a famous six foot tall bird from Kaloo to add to her collection of exotic animals. In this tongue twisting, Dr. Seuss themed production, Sally learns about friendship and animal rights. Kids are encouraged to join in the fun and sing along. Bailey who lives in New York previously wrote the Sunshine Players production, The Adventures of Peter Piper, and has written plays that has been performed at small New York area theaters.
Admission is free but the Sunshine Players will be accepting donations of new and used children TMs books at all performances to donate to a local children TMs charity.
For more than 30 years,
the Sunshine Players have produced children TMs theatre productions and celebrated the arts with local youth by performing shows at nearby elementary schools and on campus.