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A CONCORD THEATRICALS
Full-Length Musical, Drama
7f, 8m, 1girl(s), 1boy(s)
Frances Hodgson Burnett
Book and Lyrics by Marsha Norman / Music by Lucy Simon / Based on the novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett
The long-awaited new 70-minute version of the beloved musical The Secret Garden.
The long-awaited new 70-minute version of the beloved musical The Secret Garden is as beautiful and spirited as the original in just half the time.
This new "Spring Version" promises to be a treasure for children and adults!
SPIRITS: ALBERT and ROSE LENNOX – Mary’s ParentsLILY CRAVEN – Colin’s Mother
AT MISSELTHWAITE:ARCHIBALD CRAVEN – Mary’s Uncle, Colin’s FatherDR. NEVILLE CRAVEN – Archibald’s brotherMRS. MEDLOCK – Archibald’s housekeeperBEN WEATHERSTAFF – The Head GardenerMARTHA – a housemaidDICKON – Martha’s brother, a magical boy who talks to birdsMRS. WINTHROP – headmistress of the Aberdeen School for GirlsTwo MEN and Two WOMEN – servants, passengers, Indian officers, etc.
"The young (and not so young) loved it!" - Broadway World
"This heartwarming story is beautifully told in Lucy Simon's alternately gorgeous and lilting score, most of whose best songs are heard in full, even in this 75-minute version of the show." - The Stage, Read More
"Due to careful editing down to a pacy 70 minutes all-through...the young (and not so young) loved it!" - Broadway World, Read More
ON BREAKING CHARACTER
Staff Picks: THE SECRET GARDENby Courtney Kochuba with Ben ColemanJanuary 13, 2015
The Secret Garden, Spring Version
The Secret Garden, 1991 Tony Awards
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When Lucy Simon was in grade school, a class assignment was to
memorize a poem and recite it in class. The only way she could do it was to put it to a melody. The poem she chose was “Wynken Blynken and Nod” by Eugene Field. It is the first song she ever wrote. Several years ...
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Richard Rodgers, Oscar Hammerstein II