Sierra’s Fall Play: A Seussification of Romeo and Juliet

The cast groups together for the end of the show.

Georgia Moran, Editor

On November 8 and 9, Sierra students performed Romeo and Juliet, but with a seussified twist.

The kids had been rehearsing since September. Most of the cast worked hard and persisted in the end, getting a pretty big audience. In fact, the house was nearly full the second night.

“I thought it was amazing and we did really well. It was kind of stressful getting memorized, but overall, we did really well,” Wesley Heinrichs said.

Compared to last year’s shows, this year’s tech team was fairly large. It was split into three teams: Costumes/Makeup, Sets/Props, and Board/Mics. There were two positions for students as well: Assistant Director and Stage Manager.

“It was amazing to watch the transformation of the actors. One minute they’re people I go to class with, then the next minute they’re Juliet and Lady Capitulate,” Fallan Rogers said.