Music by Harvey Schmidt
Book & Lyrics by Tom Jones
Wednesday - Saturday, July 2-5 at 8 pm
Sunday, July 6 at 2 pm
Wednesday - Saturday July 9 - 12 at 8 pm
Sunday, July 13 at 2 pm
Director - Jack von Behren
Musical Director - Carol Wilcox Schein
Producer - Mort Butler
Choreographer - Laura Streets
Lighting Design - Tom Rowell
Combat Coach - Patrick Clow
Costumes - Ginger Pierce
Properties - Evelyn Frey
“The world’s longest-running musical . . .
a timeless tale of innocence and young love.”
The Fantasticks is theatrical magic. Its ingredients are simple: Eight actors . . . a piano and a harp . . . and a room full of imagination. Its stage is a wooden platform, its scenery a tattered cardboard moon. Using only these bare essentials, the author and composer bring to life a funny and quite touching story of innocence . . . and of knowledge.
The quick comic pacing, easy-to-identify-with characters, and the many wonderful songs represent all that we love most about musical theater. What comes as a surprise, no matter how many times you’ve seen The Fantasticks, is its ability to take you on a profound and personal emotional journey.
Who understands why spring is born out of winter’s laboring pain . . .
Or why we must all die a bit before we grow again.
Follow . . .Follow . . .Follow . . .
- El Gallo - Jack Bradt
Matt - Paul Miller
Luisa - Liana Hunt
Hucklebee - Stephen Whiteley
- Bellomy - Wayne Martens
Henry - Robert Brody
Mortimer - J Morris
The Mute - Ame Beard