Woodrow Wilson Home Woodrow Wilson High School

100 S. Glasgow

Dallas, TX 75214

(972) 502-4400

Spring Musical

The Woodrow Wilson Performing Arts Department Presents
the 2017 Spring Musical Seussical

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April 20 @ 7:30pm
April 21 @ 7:30pm
April 22 @ 7:30pm
April 23 @ 2:30pmDoors open 30 minutes prior to Showtime

On Sale Now. General Admission Tickets: $10 in Advance, $12 at the door; Reserved Tickets: $15 in advance, $18 at the door. All Advance Ticket Sales will end on April 19th. General Admission tickets only may be purchased at Veritex Community Bank at 2101 Abrams Rd and Lakewood Tom Thumb at 7331 Gaston Ave; and Reserved and/or General Admission tickets can be ordered using PayPal with a credit card or PayPal account online below.

TICKET PICKUP: All ticket orders are held for pickup at the Ticket Office on the date of the performance. Ticket Office will open 1 hour prior to Showtime. Theater Doors will open 30 minutes prior to Showtime. Questions: Jenniferroberts354@gmail.com or call 214.324.0962
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Purchase Tickets

Performance Dates: Thursday, April 20 - Saturday, April 22 at 7:30pm; Sunday Matinee April 23 at 2:30pm. Please note that reserved seats are assigned as the orders are received, and you will be assigned the best seat available at that time. Advance ticket sales and prices end on Wednesday, April 19.

General Admission - Any Performance $10

Thursday Reserved $15

Friday Reserved $15

Saturday Reserved $15

Sunday Matinee Reserved $15

History of Woodrow’s Spring Musical

Woodrow may be able to stake a claim as the “Home of High School Broadway Musicals," having started as early as 1943 with its production of Best Foot Forward. Although dramatic plays and operettas filled Woodrow's "Annual Show" spot for some years after 1943; by 1958, Woodrow became one of the first schools to stage a full-scale Broadway-style musical, which was Oklahoma! Woodrow has continued that tradition ever since, with an unbroken string of annual musicals longer than any other high school in Texas. Musicals at Woodrow tend to be on a larger scale than is typical for a high-school production, as when 1994's Singin' in the Rain featured an actual water-shower falling on the 127-member cast and stage, a stunt inspired by a national touring production of the show that included a Woodrow alumna. Monkeys flew in 1998's Wizard of Oz, using professional stage flight equipment that was rented from Las Vegas and operated offstage. The 2007's Fiddler on the Roof swept the North Texas Cappie Awards, the high school equivalent of the Tony Awards, winning Best Musical, Best Actor, a Creativity award for the Fiddler, and six other Cappies. Most recently, in 2014 Woodrow presented Funny Girl, which got 8 nominations and won Best Actress and Best Male Ensemble Member. In 2015, Woodrow presented Annie, which garnered Best Actress and Best Supporting Actor nominations. Last year, the production of The Phantom of the Opera amazed theater attendees with a falling chandelier, gun shots, a Phantom victim hanging from the stage, gorgeous period costumes, and soaring voices. This year, we are very excited to present Seussical, a light-hearted popular musical starring the Cat in the Hat, Horton the Elephant, and many more of our favorite Dr. Seuss characters. Be prepared to enjoy!
Have questions? Ask Kathy WatsonKatie Anderson or John Beaird