And if you do it just right and give it your all, you can dance and perform until the curtain does fall.
The crowd, they will cheer as the band plays along, and you will bow proudly after singing the last song.
And that's just what Titusville students plan to do - tonight and tomorrow and Saturday night too.
So get down to the musical; buy a $7 ticket. Go on a fun adventure. You don't want to miss it.
Maybe we should leave the rhyming to the master, Theodor Geisel, who is better known as Dr. Seuss and would've turned 119 today.
Students, teachers and volunteers at Titusville High School plan to celebrate by bringing his speck of dust universes to vibrant life with their rendition of "Seussical The Musical."
"The timing of the musical was picked to coincide with Read Across America," said Andrea Fenske, the show's director.
Read Across America was established in 1998 by the National Education Association to get kids excited about reading. The day was picked for the author of over 60 books, many of which continue to be popular for young children.
Maggie Elan carries the bulk of the show as The Cat in the Hat who leads JoJo, played by Chloe Preston, and the audience from story to story referencing dozens of Seuss's classic books.