THE FANTASTICKS: JP Fine Arts Spring Musical

Spring PlayCome support JP's Theater Wolves! The JP Fine Arts Department is proud to present our Spring Musical, The Fantasticks, and we want you to see our amazing work! Come for a magical performance of acrobatic bandits, obstinate and love-struck kids, meddlesome parents, and your own JP students singing, dancing, and running a fantastic show.

Performances will be Live Streamed AND In Person! 

Performance times:

Friday, April 16, 7:30 p.m.

Saturday, April 17, 7:30 p.m.

Sunday, April 18, 2:00 p.m.

The Live Streamed purchase link will be available on April 12th. ($12 per live stream link. One link per household). 

To request an in-person ticket, please email student.life@jpthegreat.org with the following information: name, performance date & time, and party size*. Ticket pricing is based on grouping. In most cases, tickets are priced at $10 per person. Limited seating is available, so don't wait! Seating location will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis.


*Due to health and safety precautions, audience seats will be sold in seating blocks. Seating options available are for parties of 1, 2, 3, and 4. Please note that seating blocks cannot be broken up. Where possible we will try to provide the appropriate seating block to your party size, but as space is limited we cannot guarantee this. When necessary ticket reservations may be based on seating block size rather than party size. Please contact student.life@jpthegreat.org with any questions.


"It is in living and acting that man establishes his relationship with being, with the truth and with the good. The artist has a special relationship to beauty. In a very true sense it can be said that beauty is the vocation bestowed on him by the Creator in the gift of “artistic talent”. And, certainly, this too is a talent which ought to be made to bear fruit, in keeping with the sense of the Gospel parable of the talents."  -St. John Paul the Great, Letter to Artists, 1999.

Saint John Paul the Great Catholic High School is committed to the formation of youth. We believe, and studies have shown, that education in the Fine Arts is essential to a well-rounded education. The dramatic arts provide the students with an opportunity to plan, design and perform meaningful theater to the public. In addition, students working in this area develop important skills such as, how to provide and accept constructive criticism, how to collaborate on a project or performance, and how to reflect on what you are presenting to others. All of the performances at John Paul articulate and honor the value of the human person, as well as promote the Mission of the School.