The Secret Garden, Broadway Musical Based on Classic Children's Book
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One of the most beloved children's books of all time makes its way to the stage in the musical The Secret Garden. On a windswept moor in a lonely old house, a grieving widower and his sickly son spend their days lonely and lost, haunted by the ghosts of departed loved ones. Enter Mary, a sour young orphan who has lost her family to cholera and come to live with her uncle. She discovers a locked garden that's been left to grow wild and uncared for -- much like Mary herself. Her quest to find the key and restore the garden uncovers startling secrets and a family tragedy. With the help of her new friend Dickon and her cousin Colin, Mary brings new life to the garden and to her grief-stricken uncle. Presented by the award-winning California Youth Conservatory Theatre and directed by Shaun T. Evans, this magical musical is the perfect vehicle for CYC's cast of talented young actors and seasoned professionals. Enhanced by a beautiful and powerful score performed by a live orchestra, the musical version of this beloved story is a delight for audiences of all ages. Learn More
The Secret Garden chronicles the life of Mary Lennox, an orphan who, after the death of her family in India of cholera, has been sent to live in a large, eerie Victorian mansion with her brooding, grieving uncle. She discovers a magical, secret garden haunted by the restless spirit of her aunt Lily. The only people Mary feels comfortable enough to share her secret with are Dickon, the mystical groundskeeper, and Colin Craven, the crippled son of her uncle, who is kept locked away in a lonely room in the mansion. The three discover that the garden's magic can heal the sick child's body--but can it heal the broken and grief-stricken heart of the boy's father and allow them to be a family?
Book and lyrics by Marsha Norman, music by Lucy Simon
Directed by Robert Smyth
Musical direction by G. Scott Lacy
Choreography by Pamela Turner