TYT musical production ‘provided a tremendous experience’ at TCA

To the Editor, Congratulations to the Tecumseh Youth Theater (TYT) for its ambitious and imaginative production of “Seussical the Musical.” The TYT brought three packed houses to the Tecumseh Center for the Arts and provided a tremendous experience for the audience. The sets, costumes and choreography (which included everything from ballet elements to hand puppets to black light jazz hands) were professional quality. Director Jamie Buechele, producer Molly Rice and their production crew wrangled more than 40 cast members, including a group of elementary school students who were treated to a true learning experience. The TYT has announced it is struggling financially; anyone who saw its recent season will understand the impact and importance of this community organization, and I hope the Lenawee County community and Tecumseh in particular will take notice and do what can be done to ensure the TYT’s survival.Dr. Seuss promised us there will be marvelous things to see along the road to “the places you’ll go.” The TYT has shown its worth and that it merits its continued place on the Tecumseh part of that journey. Michael S. MillerTecumseh

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