Chris picked the names out of the hat (well I don't have a hat but I do have a milk glass candy jar) and he picked Marianne, so shortly you will have a surprise of some sort in your mailbox I hope you like it :-)
On other news I never did mention that we went to Seussical the Musical, it was FANTASTIC... I highly recommend to anyone that you go see it! I am going to try to find the songs (I am thinking iTunes might be able to help me here!)
Here is a description and picture I found on the web
SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL CONTINUES AT THE BUCKS COUNTY PLAYHOUSE THRU SUNDAY, MAY 21 2006
The colorful world of Dr. Seuss comes alive on the Bucks County Playhouse stage when Seussical the Musical continues through Sunday, May 21, 2006.
“After all of those years being stuck on a page, did you ever imagine you’d see me on stage?” So asks the mischievous Cat in the Hat to begin the fantastical musical extravaganza that is Seussical. Seussical weaves together many of Dr. Seuss’ most famous stories and characters in unexpected ways with a score by the Tony Award winning team of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty.
Horton the Elephant is the soft-spoken hero in a magical world populated with many favorite Seuss characters — Yertle the Turtle, Gertrude McFuzz, Mayzie La Bird, the Cat in the Hat, the Grinch and his tiny Whos that Horton is determined to protect. Despite taunting, teasing and threats of imprisonment, Horton stubbornly sticks to what’s right. Dr. Seuss’ wonderful words transform into witty lyrics in this uplifting musical that insists, “A person’s a person no matter how small!”
In the cast of Seussical the Musical are several Playhouse favorites. Louis Palena will play The Cat in the Hat. Audiences know Louis from many roles over the years most notably the Emcee in Cabaret, Bobby Child in Crazy for You and Billy Lawlor in 42nd Street. Jill Palena will play Gertrude McFuzz and Tressa McCallister will play Mrs. Mayor. Both actresses were seen in many productions last season most notably in Hello, Dolly! where Tressa played Irene Malloy and Jill played Minnie Fay.
Seussical the Musical is filled with catchy songs and serves as the perfect way to introduce the younger set to the world of musical theatre. In true Seuss fashion, Seussical mixes as message in with all the fantabulous silliness. The musical embraces the joys of imagination along with celebrating those who dare to “color outside the lines”