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About the Show

When a lonely aviator crashes his plane into the middle of the Sahara Desert, he befriends a little prince from a faraway planet. While the Aviator works on his plane, the Little Prince tells him about his adventures around the galaxy and encourages his friend to reconnect with his inner child. Based on the beloved French novella by Antoine de-Saint Exupéry, The Little Prince is a magical and lyrical musical about friendship, innocence, and impulse to create.


Tuesdays from 5:30 – 9:00 PM
Thursdays from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Sundays from 1:00 PM – 5:30 PM
(not all actors will be called for the entire rehearsal session)

Mandatory Rehearsals
May 29th, May 31st, June 2nd, June 5th, June 7th, June 9th, June 12th (Tech), June 13th (Tech), June 14th (Final Dress)

Possible Extra Rehearsal Days (We may not need them): May 25th, May 28th, June 1st, June 4th & June 8th 


Important Dates

March 25th, 6 pm – 9 pm
​March 27th, 1 pm – 6 pm

Tech – June 12th, 13th, 14th

June 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th, 23rd, 24th, 25th, 26th

Roles Available

The Little Prince is a musical with roles for actors of all ages! The ensemble is heavily involved in the play. We may double-cast some roles (depending on the turnout at auditions). We are committed to casting the best people for the roles and may cast women and non-binary actors in roles traditionally played by men. 
Aviator (Any gender; Tween, Teen, or Adult) - The narrator of the play, one of the two protagonists, the aviator is disenchanted with other grown-ups.
Little Prince (Any gender; Child, Tween, Teen) - The title character, the Little Prince is thoughtful and idealistic. Although he is grateful for his intergalactic journeys, he longs for his home and his beloved Rose.
Rose (W/Non-Binary; Child, Tween, Teen, or Adult) - The Little Prince’s best friend – a beautiful but high-maintenance flower who does not always know how to express her feelings.
King (Any gender; Child, Tween, Teen, or Adult) - A lonely monarch that the Little Prince meets on his journey around the stars.
Conceited Man (Any gender; Child, Tween, Teen, or Adult) - A very conceited man who demands that everyone admire him.
Businessman (Any gender; Child, Tween, Teen, or Adult) - A greedy man who wants to own the stars.
Lamplighter (Any gender; Child, Tween, Teen, or Adult) - A very busy lamplighter who has to work hard to follow orders!
Geographer (Any gender; Child, Tween, Teen, or Adult) - A scholar who knows a lot about towns, rivers, mountains, and seas, but is too important to explore those things! He encourages the Little Prince to visit Earth.
Snake (W/Non-Binary; Tween, Teen, or Adult) - A mysterious and dangerous creature offers to help the prince with his homesickness.
Desert Flower (Any gender; Child, Tween, Teen, or Adult) - A flower who briefly interacts with the Little Prince.
Ensemble Roles: Stars, Mountain Voices, Wall of Roses, Trees, Wheat, Sunset Dancers – Children, Tweens, Teens, Adults

Audition Procedure

Auditionees should pick one song and one monologue for their audition. They should come to the audition ready to perform these pieces. The song should be memorized. However, the monologue doesn’t need to be. You can choose whatever monologue and speak to you (regardless of age and gender). However, we do ask all actors who are interested in the role of the Little Prince to sing “Sunsets.”  

After actors have performed their songs and monologues, Andrea and Charles will lead the actors in a group movement audition.  

Please make sure you fill out the following audition form before your audition appointment: https://forms.office.com/r/6pn0JUTfMY.

Audition Materials

Audition Songs (pick one) 
- Some Otherwhere  
- Sunsets 
- Admire Me 
- Day After Day 

Audition Music:

Monologues (pick one) 
Leave it. I suppose I must endure the presence of two or three caterpillars if I wish to be acquainted with the butterflies. It seems that they are very beautiful. And if not the caterpillars and the butterflies, who will I talk to? You’ll be far away. And as for any larger creatures, I’m not afraid. I have my thorns – to protect me. Don’t linger like this. You’ve decided to go now...so...Of course, I lov...(she cannot say Love). Goodbye. 
Little Prince (a short one for younger friends) 
I don’t believe you! Flowers are naïve creatures. They would never act out of spite. If they hurt you, it’s because they don’t understand. 
Little Prince 
You are not at all like my rose. As yet you are nothing. No one has tamed you, and you have tamed no one. You are beautiful, but you are empty. One could not die for you. You are like my fox when I first met him – like a hundred thousand other foxes. But now I have tamed him and made him my friend, and now he is unique in all the world. To be sure, an ordinary passerby would think that my rose looked just like you – the rose that belongs to me. But she is more important than all the hundreds of you other roses because it is she that I have watered; because it is she that I have sheltered behind the screen; because it is for her that I have killed the caterpillars except the two or three we saved to become butterflies; because it is she that I have listened to when she asked questions, or grumbled, or even sometimes when she said nothing, because she is my rose. 
This, to me, is the loveliest and saddest landscape in the world. It is here that this little prince appeared on Earth and disappeared. Look at it carefully so that you will be sure to recognize it in case you travel some day to the African desert. And, if you should come upon this spot, please don’t hurry on. Wait for a time, exactly under the star. Then, if a little man appears who laughs, who has golden hair and who refuses to answer questions, you will know who he is. If this should happen, please – let me know he has come back.