In The Fantasticks, two fathers put up a wall between their houses to bring their children together, because the fathers know that children will always do the opposite of what their parents want. However, after the children fall in love, they grow dissatisfied and turn from each other to a quest for romance and adventure. Unexpected hardship and disappointment along the way show them that reality is not a child's imagination, and what is truly valuable is what they left behind.

The original production of The Fantasticks ran for 17,162 performances over a period of 42 years, making it the world's longest-running musical. The simple and charming story and hummable music, led by its most familiar song, "Try to Remember," make it a perennial favorite for all ages.

Music by Harvey Schmidt, book and lyrics by Tom Jones
Originally presented by Lore Noto at The Sullivan Street Playhouse, New York City
Mute / Mortimore Peter Rasey
Hucklebee Ira Rosenthal
Bellomy Cliff Berman
Matt Chris Milburn
Luisa Lyndsey Baker
El Gallo Geoff Isaac
Henry Max Rubin
Production Crew
Producer Robert Kimmeth
Director Catherine Davis
Musical Director Birmingham

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- July 17, 23, 24 at 8pm
- July 18, 25 at 4pm and 8pm
- July 19, 26 at 7pm
- Highland Park Community House 1991 North Sheridan Road

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