One stormy night, some of the greatest literary minds of the 19th century gathered and swapped ghost stories at a villa on Lake Geneva. This play explores that fateful night, which later inspired John Polidori's "The Vampyre" and Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein."
Both profound and dear, The Little Prince had the audience in tears and laughter as he takes leave of his rose to find the answers to the most profound of life's questions - what does it mean to love and be loved? Encounters with the rich, the ruling, the vain and the exhausted provide a glimpse of human nature itself put into a box, but it is not until he meets the delightful singing and dancing fox that he begins to understand it is love in its particulars that matter. A terrifically talented cast give it their all, with beautiful singing from the Rose, the warmth of the aviator, and the winsome soul of The Little Prince, that bring this story to life. Truly for ALL ages and all hearts that need a little reminder of all that is invisible.
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