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The classic musical love story re-imagined for those that believe love is love.
The East Coast premiere of a newly re-imagined adaptation of Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt’s landmark musical, The Fantasticks. While retaining the show’s timelessly romantic score (“Soon It’s Gonna Rain,” “I Can See It,” “Try to Remember…”), librettist Tom Jones has revised his original script of The Fantasticks to find the young lovers Matt and Luisa have become -- Matt and Lewis! Moreover, they aren’t being pushed into each other’s arms by their prankster, gardening ... view more »
Planning Your Visit
The Provincetown Theater offers free parking to all patrons attending our performances. For those attending a show, free parking is available starting three hours before showtime and lasting one hour after the show ends. Patrons should park in our rear lot (down the driveway to the right of the building) unless they require handicapped parking, which is available on the side of the building closest to Bradford St. See the image below for more information.
We are easily accessible from the east by taking Route 6A (Bradford St.) and from the West by traveling down Bradford St. or by taking the Howland St. exit from Route 6 West.
Parking is also available for bicycles at our Theater, though we do ask that cyclists take the proper precautions for securing their vehicle. Bike racks are available on the front and right sides of the building.
Local taxis and pedicab drivers regularly drop off and pick up patrons from our location. Advance trip reservations can often be made as well.
The Theater is just under a mile from the center of town, so the distance can also be walked. Walk east down Commercial St. until arriving at the old Schoolhouse and then take a left on Howland, then a right on Bradford.
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