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2013-2014 Leach Theatre Campus Performing Arts Series

The Fantasticks

sword fight

 

Friday, February 28, 2014

7:30 pm

Tickets: $35 Adult / $25 Youth
$10 S&T Students
First 75 S&T students will receive a free ticket.
Stop by the box office to reserve your free ticket.

Reserved seating

Everyone is required to have a ticket for admittance to this show – regardless of age.

 

Call 573-341-4219

Buy Tickets Online

co-sponsored by

Bonita Prock

and

St James Winery

 

 

The Fantasticks is the longest-running production of any kind in the world, and with good reason: at the heart of its breathtaking poetry and subtle theatrical sophistication is a purity and simplicity that transcends cultural barriers. The result is a timeless fable of love that manages to be nostalgic and universal at the same time.  Through the creative genius of director Carl Beck and costume designer Georgiann Regan comes a steampunk-inspired adaptation of this classic musical which promises to provide an unparalleled experience, whether you are revisiting this show or seeing it for the first time.  Its moving tale of young lovers, who become disillusioned, only to discover a more mature, meaningful love, is punctuated by a bountiful series of catchy, memorable songs, many of which have become standards. 

 

 

Visit The Fantasticks' website here.

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