A Little Princess

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Wednesday, May 14th, 2014 at 3:31 AM
A Little Princess by Alex Bieler

A Little Princess

There is a lot of young talent in the Erie acting scene, but with A Little Princess, the Erie Playhouse will be skewing younger than your typical college presentation.

The actors may not be out of high school yet, but the cast of A Little Princess, a story of a little girl who perseveres at a London boarding school despite a cruel headmistress and family misfortune, will help show that you don’t always need years of experience to display a sense of creativity and imagination. Get ready to be sucked into Frances Hodgson Burnett’s tale of Sarah Crewe, all thanks to some adorable children.

 In the future, you may see some of these names again, but for now, appreciate a younger generation’s ability to bring A Little Princess to life on the big stage. 

7 p.m. May 16-17, 2 p.m. May 17-18 // 13 W. 10th St. // erieplayhouse.org

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