A LITTLE PRINCESS

Written by Brian Crawley (Book and Lyrics) and Andrew Lippa (Music)
Directed by Mira Hirsch


STARRING BROADWAY ACTRESS & ATLANTA NATIVE EMERSON STEELE AS SARA CREWE!

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(Photo Credit: BreeAnne Clowdus)

TRUE CHARACTER COMES FROM WITHIN.

 

Sara Crewe, the plucky daughter of a Victorian explorer, grew up among the music and magic of the African bush. But when she gets shipped away to an English boarding school, she must summon the courage to face industrial London and a cantankerous headmistress. When disaster strikes, only her imagination and faith in herself can help her through. Frances Hodgsen Burnett’s classic book has been staged and lavishly set to music by Broadway composer Andrew Lippa in this sophisticated retelling. Experience the magic of story-telling and a lush, textured soundtrack that hops across continents—and hearts—with the speed of a steam engine and the determination of true princess. Starring Broadway actress and Atlanta native Emerson Steele, A Little Princess delivers something to cherish from the youngest dreamers to explorers of all ages.


"We need this kind of family musical to bring parents and children to live theatre!"
Talkin' Broadway 

Post-show TALK BACK on December 18, 2015

Click HERE to listen to a preview of the A Little Princess score!


Jeanette Illidge's AM1690 Promo: https://vimeo.com/149183244


ARTISTIC TEAM: 

Director: Mira Hirsch
Musical Director: Greg Sudmeier
Choreographer: Ricardo Aponte
Assistant Musical Director: S. Renee Clark
Casting Director: Clifton Guterman*
Set Designer: Jon Nooner
Costume Designer: Elizabeth Rasmusson
Lighting Designer: Chris Crawford
Props Designer: Maclare "MC" Park
Dialect Coach: Carolyn Cook
Stage Manager: Wendy Palmer*
Assistant Stage Manager/Production Assistant: Barbara Gantt O'Haley 

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*Member of Actors' Equity, the Union of Professional Actors and Stage Managers in the United States

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Brenna McConnell, Christy Baggett*, and Emerson Steele* (Photo Credit: BreeAnne Clowdus)

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A Little Princess

was first produced in 2004 by TheatreWorks in Mountain View, CA (www.theatreworks.org),
was presented at the National Alliance for Musical Theatre's Festival of New Musicals in 2005 (www.namt.org)
and received additional development by Texas State University Musical Theatre Program
funded by the Harrison Commission in 2011 (www.txstate.edu)

 

A LITTLE PRINCESS

Is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.
421 West 54th Street, New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212-541-4684 Fax: 212-397-4684


A LITTLE PRINCESS

December 3, 2015 – December 27, 2015

Preview Performance at 7:30 pm
on December 3, 2015

Preview Performance at 7:30 pm
on December 4, 2015

Opening Performance at 7:30 pm
on December 5, 2015

Matinee Performance at 2:30 pm
on December 6, 2015

Evening Performance at 7:30 pm
on December 9, 2015

Evening Performance at 7:30 pm
on December 10, 2015

Evening Performance at 7:30 pm
on December 11, 2015

Matinee Performance at 2:30 pm
on December 12, 2015

Evening Performance at 7:30 pm
on December 12, 2015

Matinee Performance at 2:30 pm
on December 13, 2015

Evening Performance at 7:30 pm
on December 16, 2015

Evening Performance at 7:30 pm
on December 17, 2015

Evening Performance with Talk Back at 7:30 pm
on December 18, 2015

Matinee at 2:30 pm
on December 19, 2015

Evening Performance at 7:30 pm
on December 19, 2015

Matinee Performance at 2:30 pm
on December 20, 2015

Evening Performance at 7:30 pm
on December 22, 2015

Matinee Performance at 2:30 pm
on December 23, 2015

Evening Performance at 7:30 pm
on December 23, 2015

Matinee Performance at 2:30 pm
on December 26, 2015

Evening Performance at 7:30 pm
on December 26, 2015

Matinee Performance at 2:30 pm
on December 27, 2015

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