A New Adaptation by Gabe Kirkley
An aviator crash lands in the desert and meets a strange little man known as The Little Prince. He tells the story of a thrilling cosmic adventure, visiting planets across the universe and meeting oddly familiar characters. Along the way, he learns important lessons about loneliness, friendship, love and loss. A timely virtual theatre experience that will lift your spirits and ignite your imagination.
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Approximate Duration: 1 hour 20 minutes. Subject to change.
Content: Suitable for all ages.
It all began with a solitary flower. On my planet, everything is very small...
Theatre is a big part of Dianna's life and she is very passionate about getting involved in different projects. This one was intriguing because it was "covid style". Dianna looks forward to the day that she'll be able to do musical theater again as she has in past shows like Mamma Mia (Donna Sheridan) and Joseph the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Mrs. Potiphar). She is happy to add The Little Prince to her repertoire and hope you will enjoy the show in this new format.
Mikayla is a graduate of Rosebud School of the Arts in Rosebud, AB. Some favorite acting credits are The Laramie Project, Comedy of Errors (RSA), Heart of Gold (Wildhorse Theatre), and Prophecy (The Voiceless Project). Mikayla can often be found with her nose in a book or watching Star Trek with her husband, Aric. She is thankful to said husband for all his support, love, and laughter. She hopes you will enjoy the show.
Michelle has been involved with G7 for over 20 years. With her multitude of talents, she has been an actor, assistant stage manager, and backstage runner. Michelle loves watching Broadway musicals and palette knife painting. Her acting credits with G7 include Clara (Boys Next Door) and a dwarf (The Hobbit). She made a second appearance as a dwarf in The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe (CBC). She often gets typecast as a dwarf, but good things come in short packages! Michelle thanks her family for their support, as well as her best friend, the stage manager.
Brady, an actor from Chilliwack BC, is very excited to be portraying the part of Marcel in this production of The Little Prince. Brady’s theatre experiences include the role of Lumiere in Beauty and the Beast, small roles in Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat and Mama Mia; and he proudly portrayed Charles Bingley in Pride and Prejudice. When he’s not acting (or dancing and singing on stage), Brady enjoys reading fantasy novels, playing board games, and spending time with his loving and supportive wife.
Gabe is thrilled that you're here! As a playwright, he previously wrote an adaptation of A Christmas Carol for Theatre Junkies with Thomas Smith, and a few other shows that were produced in his high school. As a director, he was most recently directing Dinner With Friends at Theatre in the Country (also with Thomas!) before it was shut down due to COVID. He'd like to thank all of you for coming, the fabulous cast & designers, Nelly, Charlene, and Ken for programming this new adaptation as part of Act 2.
Nelly has been involved in theatre for quite a while now. She loves being backstage in any capacity and has enjoyed adapting her skills to work in this online medium. You may have 'seen' her handy-work lately when she called the show for Gallery 7's virtual renditions of A Christmas Carol and Macbeth. She has particularly enjoyed working on The Little Prince with a familiar, talented cast and crew of friends. Enjoy the show!
Janik is really excited to be returning to the G7 family and to work on the sound-scape of this production. He has been involved in theatre since his teenage years and has done both professional and semi-professional productions. While a very shy actor, Janik relishes the opportunities to design, direct, produce, and to be involved in a technical capacity. Janik resides in the South Okanagan, is an accomplished sommelier and hospitality manager and enjoys spending time with his family, riding his bike and fussing over his cats. “Thank you for supporting theatre during these unprecedented times, I hope you enjoy the show.”
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