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    “Something Wonderful”

    April 16th, 2014
    Written by: Dennis Maulden

    I’m sitting in the theatre — third ten-out-of-twelve in a row.  That means for twelve hours in a day you’re in the theatre except for a two-hour dinner break.  It’s The Fantasticks, a musical I have loved since first seeing it my freshmen year in college. The show was beautiful and melodic and touched on all those aspects of life and love that the intensity of my youth viewed to be difficult and fraught with myriad impossibilities.  I was sure that no one had experienced all the feelings I was encountering.  But I also just loved the music and could sing along […]

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    How to make it Fantastick…

    April 9th, 2014
    Written by: Vincent Marini

    When I chose this show, I had a vague idea of what I wanted to do with it. I had seen The Fantasticks a few different times in my life, but to be honest the show never really spoke to me. I became interested in musicals because of epic productions like Phantom of the Opera and Les Miserables, and I will admit that I never really understood the allure of a musical where one of the main characters is a mute who spends most of his time holding sticks, throwing confetti and handing out props. It all seemed so dated and uninteresting to me for […]

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