The Journey of The Little Prince

ensemble theatre · potato nose productions · Ages 15+ · United States of America

family friendly world premiere
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ERIC DEPRIESTER certified reviewer June 26, 2019
tagged as: family · experimental · uplifting
A thoughtful and immersive adaptation of the children's classic, bouyed by strong performances and experimental staging. ... full review
DAVID UPSHAW certified reviewer June 09, 2019
Great adaptation of a classic by the talented Irina Kompa...The Journey of the Little Prince. First published in 1943, the Journey of the Little Prince seems so relevant in today’s fast paced, materialistic world. Irina and her fellow actors did a great job of bringing to life this fascinating tale of the quest for love and the greater meaning of life. Highly recommend and look forward to Irina Kompa’s next production!... full review
BENJAMIN NICHOLSON uncertified reviewer June 09, 2019
tagged as: childhood · adulthood
Seriously funny, understated and intense, childish and grown-up, a lovely and contemplative adaptation.... full review
BOB LEGGETT certified reviewer June 09, 2019
Irina Kampa is quite simply a force of nature. If you attended any of the pre-Fringe Office Hours functions, you could not fail to notice her. She brings that same energy to this production, wonderfully written by Victor Sotomayor, which reminds us that every adult was once a child, but only a few remember. ... full review
MARTIN RODRIGUEZ certified reviewer June 09, 2019
This show and its message are important. A reminder of why we are all artists in the first place, you know? I think those who are not artists forget the things that this story remind us are important- which is why I am so glad that this production is being done during Fringe. The writing, design, acting, and overall storytelling were great. This show is a must see. Thank you all for sharing this story. ... full review
GREG BEAM certified reviewer June 11, 2019
The concept was wonderful! I never read the book but my wife did and she immediately remembered some of the very true statements made about life and what is important. The director's vision was extraordinary and the dance moves as she moved from planet to planer were delightful. The cast did a wonderful job. I actually thought the King was a small person when he came on stage on his knees. My knees ached for him.... full review
ANONYMOUS certified reviewer June 16, 2019
tagged as: littleprince · stexupery
Good adaptation of the book. They were able to really stay true to the main story, while adding their own creative flair.... full review
JIM BLANCHETTE uncertified reviewer June 24, 2019
Surreal and inventive, Journey uses minimal lighting and beautiful projections to retell this classic French story. It's a unique sensory poem of voices, shapes and movement, not like anything else I've seen at Fringe. It's a calming and lovely hour of theatre.... full review
JAMES MURN uncertified reviewer June 26, 2019
Started slow but then soon realized they had created great atmosphere and characters. Ended up loving it. Creative, imaginative. Just enough production but not too much. Exploration of innocence and calling out the 'busy grown-ups' was smiles and a boost in awareness as to how much we play that tired role. And it offered something in the way of solution in the line about using intuition and the sight of the heart. ... full review
JOY REGULLANO certified reviewer June 26, 2019
tagged as: sweet · charming
sweet adaptation of the beloved children’s book... full review