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An original stage adaptation of the beloved classic by Norton Juster, with illustrations by Jules Feiffer
By special arrangement with Norton Juster & Jules Feiffer
Milo, the boy “who didn’t know what to do with himself,” drives his toy car through a mysterious tollbooth that appears in his bedroom and soon finds himself on an eventful and dangerous quest rescuing the Princesses Rhyme and Reason, who, in the war between words and numbers, have been banished to the Castle in the Air. Milo travels through the Forest of Sight where he experiences different Points of View, accidently leaps to the Island of Conclusions and travels through the Mountains of Ignorance, where he must escape its Demons in order to save the Princesses. With the help of his steadfast companions, he perseveres and brings Rhyme and Reason home, restoring peace to the realm. Along the way something magical happens to Milo; he discovers the delights of friendship, curiosity and knowledge, and that life — his own life — is filled with endless possibilities.
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Contact Phone: 203-227-4177
Performances at 1pm and 4pm | Tickets only $20
Yes! At the Playhouse we are compliant to the Americans with Disabilities Act, meaning that we do not discriminate against individuals with disabilities. Our facilities are equipped with elevators and ramps to help patrons with special needs.
A number of accessible seats for patrons with mobility requirements are available throughout the theater. If you require an accessible seat, please call the box office before arriving at the Playhouse.
A limited number of infrared assisted listening devices are available from the box office to aid in your enjoyment of the performance. You will be asked to leave a form of identification as a deposit when you pick up the device. Every second Sunday matinee of each show, we also offer open caption viewing.
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