The Secret Garden, Broadway Musical Based on Classic Children's Book
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The last date listed for The Secret Garden was Sunday January 21, 2007 / 1:00pm.
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From the artistic team of Marsha Norman and Lucy Simon (Zhivago) comes the Broadway musical version of the children’s classic The Secret Garden.
The timeless tale 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?
Directed by Shaun T. Evans, this ensemble of young performers (ages 17-24) has captured the beauty of the haunting musical score and the heartwarming humanity of the story.
About the Ticket Supplier: ACT-San Diego
Actors’ Conservatory Theatre (ACT – San Diego) is an exciting new theatre company for young people. ACT’s mission is to provide educational and artistic opportunities to young actors to perform, act and learn the art of stagecraft in a fun, satisfying, yet highly professional environment. This shall be accomplished by teaching, practicing and performing live theatre with youth who are interested in learning and becoming more involved in stage acting.
ACT offers classes and workshops taught by well-respected, professional actors and teachers. ACT also produces youth theatre productions of the highest quality to be found in San Diego with a production staff led by all-pro actor/directors, producers, musical directors and choreographers.