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The Fantastiks The Fantastiks is the longest running play in American theatre history I thought I was not going to enjoy the play but I couldnt of been more wrong I thought the play was hysterical it had a simple story line that anyone could understand I really liked that the themes of the play dealt with real life issues to me the play is a parody of Romeo and Juliet It was quite comical I also think it had a psychological side to it The two fathers manipulated their kids into falling in love with each other by using reverse psychology but then in turn their plan backfired on them I think the entire play was cleverly put together the characters parts were well written and the musical scores were wonderful The play consisted of eight characters Erica Piccininni played the role of Luisa the young girl Luisa was an aggressively romantic I think she acted like a spoiled crazy teenager As most teenagers her age she wanted to defy her parent I hope I didnt act like this when I was younger but chances are I probably did Jared Zeus played the role of Matt the young boy Matt was a dreamer he attended college but didnt really care for the courses he was taking He was more interested in writing poems to Luisa I think he was a confused youth that thought he was grown up and knew everything Bruce Winant played the role of Bellomy Luisas father At first he seemed very hardheaded stubborn and he seemed to have a short temper but by the middle of the first act you could see that he was really a caring father that had a big interest in his daughters happiness Darin DePaul played the role of Hucklebee Matts father Hucklebee also seemed very stubborn and hot headed but he too revealed his true personality by the middle of the first
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