Get Your Seussical Jr. Tix

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Tickets are now on sale for the Verona Summer Music production “Seussical Jr.” The performances are Wednesday, July 21, and Thursday, July 22, at 7:30 p.m.

Tickets are $10 each, and you can get them from Robyn Morden while Summer Music is in session at Verona High School, between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. Sales are cash or check payable to Verona Summer Music. Please include on your envelope the night or nights you are requesting, as well as how many tickets you would like.

Capacity will be limited this year because seating must be socially distanced. “There are no bad seats in the VHS auditorium,” says Max Morden, the director of Summer Music, “but we will give you what we feel are the best seats based on what is available.” All audience members must wear a mask when in the high school building.

The Mordens will leave tickets at Will Call for the ticket buyer’s chosen night or nights, and they can pick them up beginning at 7:10 p.m. on performance night.

In addition, Max Morden says there are still opportunities to send a “shout out” to a cast member or advertise in the play program. Shout-outs are $5 for two lines. Quarter page ads are $25, half pages are $45, a full page is $65, the inside back cover is $75 and the outside back cover is $85. To buy any of them, email Morden at [email protected].

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