The Fantasticks: Topics for Classroom Discussion, Part One

Rostand wrote Romanesques; his most famous play is Cyrano de Bergerac.

A Timeless Musical The world’s longest running musical, The Fantasticks (written by Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt), opened off-Broadway in 1954. It all began with the 1894 French play, Les Romanesques by Edmond Rostand, which was essentially the story of

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Learning & Teaching about Cinderella: From Books to Broadway

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Imagine: You, your students, chaperones, perhaps other educators, all eagerly surrendering your tickets and retrieving the stubs, slowly making your way to the assigned seated area. It may be some of your students first time seeing a Broadway production, or

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