The TheatreWorks

is proud to present our

2018 Summer Production


A Little Princess

 The Musical


Based on the classic novel by

Frances Hodgson Burnett


Book by Vera Morris


Music & Lyrics by Bill Francoeur

Produced by special arrangement with

PIONEER DRAMA SERVICE, INC., Englewood, Colorado

Actors age 8-15 years

(male and female) are cordially invited to join us for a week-long production intensive 

June 25th-29th at Lot 4 Production Studio and Black Box Theatre

Monday-Friday 9am-3pm

Bring a lunch and water bottle from home

Daily snacks will be provided


Performances to be held Friday, June 25th at 6pm and 7:30pm

Weekly Tuition: $265

($20 discount for siblings)

$75 deposit required at registration,  balance due before the first day of rehearsal, June 25th

Register online at and click “online registration” in the upper right corner.

Indicate “TheatreWorks Summer Production” in the class field.

**You will be contacted by Tracey Lowe, TheatreWorks Director, within 24 hours of your registration being received.**

Additional Information:

An audition for parts will be required BEFORE the start of rehearsals, and must be completed before June 7th.

Appointments will be arranged when you receive your confirmation call from the director.


Actors do not need to bring a prepared song or monologue, but should expect to sing and read and/or recite lines as instructed by the Director.  All actors will receive a script at their audition appointment, and parts will be announced no later than June 11th. Actors will have the opportunity to be familiar with the script and their assigned parts before rehearsals begin! Yay!

Performances will be held Friday, June 29th at 6pm and 7:30pm

Tickets are free, but must be reserved due to limited seating.

Information on the seat reservation process will be shared after the show is cast.

Brief Synopsis of the Show

This engaging musical adaptation of the classic by Frances Hodgson Burnett opens with a happy Sara Crewe, heiress to a large diamond mine fortune.  Enrolled at Miss Minchin’s seminary in Victorian England, her life takes a dramatic turn when she receives news of the loss of her father….and her fortune.  Sara is forced by the greedy Minchin to become a servant and live in a wretched attic room.  When a mysterious gentleman from India moves next door, curious things begin to happen.  Sara even discovers that her fortune has been retrieved.  A touching and beautiful score adds a magical touch to this enchanting show:  ’The Best Gift of All,’ ’A Proper English Girl,’ ’A Sunny Day in London,’ and of course the title song, “A Little Princess.”