When Thornton Wilder’s American classic debuted in 1938, the New York Times theatre critic, Brooks Atkinson, called Our Town “a hauntingly beautiful play.” After seventy-five years and the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the myth of Grover’s Corners continues to fill stages around the world with a remarkably fresh view of us, breathing through the hours and minutes of our lives. While we aim to create big expensive memories and establish our mark on the world, Wilder reminds us that we are a part of something significant . . . something enduring . . . something that continues to renew itself through the daily smiles, tasks and sunsets that we share as a community. As our world continues to grow, Our Town expands with us, as a touchstone of renewal, and a treasure that continues to explore the true meaning of life.