Written amidst the 1950's red scare, Horton Hears a Who has been adapted most famously by pro-life advocates, which according to biographers, Dr. Seuss intended to pursue legal action against.
However, Dr. Seuss would surely not oppose this adoption - -
|2013 Capital Pride Parade|
When humanity learns to celebrate the gift of life itself - rather than the varieties of life - our society may more forward with enough determination and strength to accomplish any feat.
That's the sole mission of Horton in Seussical! Horton much teach the younger audience members this simple philosophy while reaching out to the older audience members and touching the better angels of our nature. This is exactly what happens at Gay Pride.
So maybe, on March 30th, when our audience walks out Brodbeck's Doors, back into their normal routine; out of reach from the Jungle of Nool or JoJo's thinks,
They'll remember, "A person's a person, no matter