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So keep the Dr. Seuss aesthetic, one idea of the play is contrasting the childlike nature of the plot which the actual not dark but more adult themes of the play. Keeping his style of illustrations would be good as well.
Keep the Dr. Seuss aesthetic, with the posters being cartoons.
Have illustrations similar to the book but in a more adult way, for example, evidence of star-bellied and plain-bellied segregation with two queues.
The theme of racism needs to conveyed, have the opening quote of the book (and play) on the poster, then maybe a short summary about the plot. Posters around pollock halls and on social media. I would also like to have some of the actors in George Square making people sign a petition for plain-belly right to vote.