The Phantom Tollbooth: Family Musical Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Acclaimed Novel
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The AIDS epidemic is escalating, the ozone layer is weakening and God has abandoned all mankind. This is the setting for Angels in America, Part Two: Perestroika, the conclusion to playwright Tony Kushner's Pulitzer- and Tony-winning masterpiece. Here, Kushner creates a cosmic-scale portrait of legendary characters, including ancient rabbis, blind revolutionaries, imaginary travel agents and, of course, angels, set against a backdrop of old relationships ending while new, unexpected ones begin, amid questions of morality, guilt and forgiveness. Learn More
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Having just read the book, I was really curious as to how Wheelock was going to 'deal with' the WEALTH of detail and 'action' in the book. I was THOROUGHLY impressed with how the production 'handled' all the complexities of the book so artistically and imaginatively.
It's a production for both young and old and I found it totally enchanting !
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My boys, 7 and 9, were a little familiar with the book (I had just started reading it out loud to them a few days before we went), and they really enjoyed it the production. The cast did a great job making abstract themes tangible and they added...continued
Is killing time a crime? Who can tell us whether or not there will be weather or not? What is to blame when words make no sense and numbers won’t add up?
A magical tollbooth and a toy car whisk the bored Milo away from his overused toys and forgotten lessons to the Land of Expectations. With the help of a loyal watchdog, Tock, Milo learns to scale the Mountains of Ignorance, negotiate through the Doldrums, and rescue the Princesses of Rhyme and Reason.
In a world filled with fantastic characters, perplexing puzzles, and superfluous vocabulary, Wheelock Family Theatre invites you to discover how time really does fly when you are having fun!
Author Norton Juster adapted his popular and whimsical novel for the stage with lyricist Sheldon Harnick (Tony Award, Fiddler on the Roof) and composer Arnold Black. Directed by Jane Staab, The Phantom Tollbooth is celebrating its 50th Anniversary at Wheelock Family Theatre with an exhilarating musical performance.