The fantastic journey of a young prince fallen to Earth from an asteroid and the lessons he shares with a stranded pilot has mesmerized children and adults alike for generations. Kids will love the wild and wondrous characters; adults will love the story of spiritual renewal. If you need a holiday treat for the whole family, The Little Prince is your ticket.

Recommended for: All ages
Run Time: 90 minutes

Saturday Performances at 11:00, 1:00 and 3:30
Sunday Performances at 11:00 and 1:00

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Performance Schedule

Sat, Dec 12, 11:00am, 1:00pm, 3:30pm

Sun, Dec 13, 11:00am, 1:00pm

Sat, Dec 19, 11:00am, 1:00pm, 3:30pm

Sun, Dec 20, 11:00am, 1:00pm


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Children $18 $18

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Cast

  • Lizzie Calogero*

    Lizzie Calogero*

    Fox/Men on the Planets

    Lizzie Calogero* (Fox, Men on the Planets) is delighted to be back at Marin Theatre Company, telling this beautiful, heart-felt story. She has performed at theaters around the Bay Area; including the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, San Jose Rep, Aurora Theatre, CenterREP, San Francisco Playhouse, The Magic Theatre, and TheatreFIRST, among others. She is a proud Collective Member of the San Francisco Mime Troupe, and associate member of Symmetry Theatre, which is dedicated to gender balance on the boards.

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  • Isabelle Ellingson

    Isabelle Ellingson

    Rose/Snake

    Isabelle Ellingson is excited to return to her hometown of Mill Valley to work with Julianna Rees on . Julianna coached her into one of the top acting conservatories in the world: the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, where Isabelle received her BFA in Acting in 2014. She has been working as an actress in NYC since graduation. Her most recent theatre credits include the world premiere of Cuckold at Manhattan Repertory Theatre. Tremendous thanks to Julianna and Ben for their unconditional support, guidance, and love.

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  • Geno Monteiro*

    Geno Monteiro*

    Aviator

    Geno Monteiro is filled with gratitude to be working at MTC. His path as an actor began 17 years ago along side Julie Harris, at the Harwich Junior Theatre of Cape Cod. After working professionally in Los Angeles' television industry for ten years, it is fitting that his return home to the theatre begins in the service of young artists and audiences. Having received his MFA from UCSD's Graduate Actor Program, Geno moved to L.A. and worked in television, film and commercials. TV credits include: CSI, CSI Miami, CSI NY, Dexter, and NCIS. Geno has moved to the Bay Area to pursue the theatre that delights him and to serve the amazing students of Madison Park Academy in Oakland. To his beloved partner Amelia, Geno says "Better Together".

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  • Elissa Beth Stebbins

    Elissa Beth Stebbins

    The Little Prince

    Elissa Beth Stebbins is thrilled to be working with MTC! Elissa was seen most recently as Moretta/Lucetta Shotgun’s production of Other credits include Chorus Lead in (Cutting Ball), Beth in (TheatreWorks Educational Tour), Elizabeth Bennet in (Livermore Shakespeare Festival), Wendy in (Custom Made) Joan in (Impact Theater), King John in (Shakespeare & Company Conservatory, Mrs. Givings in(City Lights Theater), Patty in (Crowded Fire), and Alison in (Word for Word), among others. Elissa graduated from Santa Clara University with a B.A. in Theatre and English, and has continued her training with Shakespeare & Company. She is a proud recipient of Theatre Bay Area’s Titan Award, and is a 2013 TBA FACES honoree. www.elissabethstebbins.com

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Creative Team

  • Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s

    Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s

    Author/Illustrator

    Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was born in Lyons, France on June 29, 1900. In 1921, Antoine began to serve in the military where he became a pilot. In 1928, Antoine accepted a position as an airfield chief at Cape Juby and began to write his first book called , which was published in 1929. After spending time in Buenos Aires, overseeing the launch of a mail service, he moved back to Paris in 1931, where he published . In 1935, while attempting to break the speed record for flying from Paris to Saigon, his plane crashed in the Libyan Desert and he and his co-pilot trekked through the sand for three days until they could find help. During his time in recovery, Antoine wrote his next novel, , which was published in 1939. The book won the prestigious Académie Française's Grand Prix du Roman (Grand Prize for Novel Writing) award and the National Book Award in the United States. In 1943, Antoine published , which became a global sensation after his death. On July 31st, 1944, he set out from Borgo, Corsica, to fly over occupied France. He never returned

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  • Rick Cummins

    Rick Cummins

    Playwright

    Rick Cummins studied piano from the age of 4 and took tap dancing lessons from Gene Kelly's sister, Louise Kelly. In high school he developed an interest in musical theater and choral singing, had lead roles in plays and musicals, and attended District and Regional Choral festivals. In college, he sang with the Penn Glee Club, touring the U.S. and South America, and became student conductor/ arranger for the club. He received both his B.A. and M.D. degrees at the University of Pennsylvania. On completion of his medical internship in Philadelphia, Cummins auditioned for and was accepted to the BMI Musical Theater Workshop and moved to New York in 1974. After 38 years of medical practice, he recently retired, but continues as a composer and writer for theatre. Some of his theatre work includes , , and . He currently lives in New York.


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  • ​John Scoullar

    ​John Scoullar

    Playwright

    John Scoullar began his performing career at the age of 12 with the American Tour of the Bolshoi Ballet and made his Broadway debut in Over, Here with the Andrew Sisters. Original productions of King of Hearts, Leonard Bernstein's Candide and Truckload followed. Off-Broadway credits include Hot L Baltimore, , The Crazy Locomotive and The Red Blue Grass Western Flyer Show. With playwright Joseph Kavanagh he wrote at Playwright's Horizon, Canticle at Hartman Conservatory Theatre, the musical The Legend of Finn McCool and Hello, Dears in which he starred in at The Players Theatre. He died in 2011 following a battle with skin cancer. He was 61.

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  • ​Julianna Rees^

    ​Julianna Rees^

    Director

    Julianna Rees* (director) is delighted to be directing , after appearing in and directing and for MTC’s Summer Camp. She was Assistant Director to Jasson Minadakis for . Julianna graduated from Crossroads School for the Performing Arts and UC Berkeley. As part of her studies, she attended l’Université de Paris IV, with a focus on semiology and philosophy. Julianna has performed with Second City’s Paul Sills, the California Shakespeare Theatre, Shakespeare Festival Los Angeles, Sacramento Theatre Company and Central Works, among others. Other directing credits include Ross Valley Players and the Curtain Theatre. She has been a teaching artist at Tam High’s Conservatory Theatre Ensemble for 17 years, where she has directed over twenty productions. At Tam Drama, she leads workshops in Shakespeare, audition technique, acting, and directing. Julianna is a busy audition and acting coach, guiding students to top BFA and MFA conservatories in the US and UK. Past students can now be seen in leading roles on stages in New York and London, on network television and in feature films.

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  • Dick Daley

    Stage Manager

    Dick Daley has stage managed for MTCs productions of River’s End, Bus Stop, Communicating Doors, and The Last Schwartz. At A.C.T., he has worked on Between Riverside and Crazy, A Little Night Music, Indian Ink, The Orphan of Zhao, 1776, Gem of the Ocean, A Moon for the Misbegotten, Waiting for Godot, and the world premieres of A Christmas Carol and After the War. Other regional credits include Macbeth and Henry V (Commonwealth Shakespeare Company); Twelfth Night (Los Angeles Women’s Shakespeare Company); King Lear and Henry V (The Company of Women); Prior to moving to San Francisco, Daley was the production manager at Emerson College in Boston for seven years and oversaw the B.F.A. production/ stage-management program.

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  • Giulio Cesare Perrone

    Scenic Designer

    Giulio Cesare Perrone (scenic designer) is returning to MTC where he directed designed eleven past productions. His other credits include: Inferno Theatre,The Laguna Playhouse, San Diego Repertory Theatre, San Jose Repertory Theatre, Festival Opera, Dell’Arte International, the ACT Academy, Opera San Jose, Foghouse Productions, California Shakespeare Festival, Theatre Works, A Travelling Jewish Theatre, Marin Theatre Company, the Magic Theatre, The Denver Theatre Center, Arizona Theatre Company, The Alley theatre and others. International: Milan, Rome, Naples, Sicily, Croatia Egypt and Hungary.Denmark. Special/Awards/Training: 2000 Pew National Artists Residency grant with Dell’Arte International for his adaptation of Milton’s . a 2002 Pew-Theatre Communications Group grant for his adaptation of La Drama-Logue awardGiulio graduated from the Accademia di Belle Arti “Brera” in Milan.

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  • Heidi Leigh Hanson

    Costume Designer

    Heidi Leigh Hanson has designed costumes for MTC’s productions of Fetch Clay, Make Man, Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol and Good People. She recently designed for the San Francisco Mime Troupe’s Ripple Effect and Shotgun Players’ Coast of Utopia: Salvage. Other recent projects include costume designer for Cutting Ball Theater’s world premiere of Sidewinders and assistant costume designer for La Musica Lirica’s opera productions of Le nozze di Figaro, Suor Angelica, La cambiale di matrimonio and Lucia di Lammermoor. Her film and TV credits include Netflix’s Arrested Development and assistant costume designer for the film Lucky Strike, directed by Christopher Ashley. Hanson has also designed productions for Laguna Playhouse, Open Fist Theatre Company in Los Angeles and Yale Repertory Theatre, among others. Originally from Martinez, she has a BA in theater from California State University Long Beach and an MFA in costume and set design from the Yale School of Drama. heidileigh.com

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  • Danny Osburn

    Lighting Designer

    Danny Osborn is a lighting designer and electrician native to the Bay Area. He currently serves as MTC’s Master Electrician. Most recently, he designed the lights for Through the Wall at Ragged Wing Ensemble. Previously, he designed the lights for MTC’s productions of Charlotte’s Web and Around the World in 80 Days. Prior to joining the staff at MTC, Danny spent several years in Chicago studying and practicing lighting. He has designed lights for Lifeline Theatre (Lyle Finds His Mother), the Poor Theatre (Good Thing), Buzz22 Chicago (Quake, Residue), and the Building Stage (Moby Dick). He also served as the Master Electrician for Lifeline Theatre, Adventure Stage Chicago, and as the Assistant Master Electrician for Northwestern University’s Cherubs program. Before that, Danny earned a BA in Theatre and Philosophy from Northwestern.

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  • Hannah Birch Carl

    Sound Designer

    Hannah Birch Carl is a composer and sound designer who has worked all over the bay area. Most recently she has worked with Crowded Fire Theatre, Shotgun Players, Aurora Theatre, Center Rep, Town Hall Theatre, Chris Black Dance, and has had the privilege of being an artist invited to work at The Ground Floor at Berkeley Rep. She is thrilled to be working with MTC and on The Little Prince.


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  • ​Gabrielle Immelman

    Props Artisan

    Gabrielle Immelman is an award-winning theatre-maker new to the US and biking the bay area. She considers herself to be freelance adventurer and theatre-maker and a full time awesome person! She has worked in various aspects of the theatre as a producer, production manager, stage manager and as a props and scenic designer. Her recent US portfolio includes Nancy Carlin and Michael Rasbury’s Max Understood (produced by the Paul Dresher Ensemble), Broadway on the Bay’s West Side Story, Marin Theatre Company’s Charlotte’s Web and the Bay Area Playwright’s Festival developmental readings of Hooded, or being black for dummies, Aurora Theatre’s Mud Blue Sky.

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  • ​Dara Ly

    Illustrator/Animator

    Dara Ly is an artist and illustrator based in Oakland. She comes from a creative family of artists, filmmakers and musicians. Her love for visual storytelling began at an early age, when she discovered costumes, special effects make up, a camcorder and a big green screen in the family garage. She received a BFA in Communication Arts from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2009 and relocated to Oakland in 2010. Since then, she has worked all over the Bay Area as a gallery assistant, art installer, freelance illustrator and scenic carpenter. She is currently the Technical Director Guest Artist at Tamalpais High School’s Conservatory Theatre Ensemble in Mill Valley.

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* Denotes member of Actors Equity Association
+ Member, United Scenic Artists
^ Member, Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers

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