BRUNSWICK – “The Phantom Toll Booth,” Norman Juster’s classic story of a boy’s adventure, will come to life today through May 22 at The Theater Project.

The play tells the story of a boy who sets off on an exciting adventure once he drives through a magical highway toll booth that mysteriously appears in his room.

Lee K. Paige is directing the play. The cast includes Keith Anctil, Joe Faustine, Forrest Lowe, Bonnie Paige and Don Weatherbee.

The second weekend will bring a guest appearance by Theater Project Artistic Director Al Miller.

The production set and prop design is by Wendy Poole and Christopher Price; lighting and slide Design by JP Gagnon and Heather Weafer; costume design by Wendy Poole; and sound design by JP Gagnon. An original song, “Words for Sale,” was written for the production by Maine composer Aaron Robinson.

Show are at 7:30 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and at 2 p.m. Sundays at the theater at 14 School St.

Tickets are pay what you want, with a suggested price of $10. For reservations, call 729-8584 or e-mail the theater box [email protected]

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