Imaginative journey of Little Prince teaches profound life lessons through whimsical encounters and heartfelt wisdom.

An enchanting musical story of a WWII flyer who crash-lands in the Sahara Desert and meets the Little Prince, a child who claims to be a visitor from another planet. As the aviator repairs his plane, the Little Prince shares his extraordinary journey through various planets and encounters with peculiar inhabitants.

Through heartfelt conversations, this beautifully fantastic show touches our hearts and reminds us to cherish the essential things in life and to never forget child-like wonder and imagination.

Age recommendation: 6+. This story deals with meaningful themes of joy and friendship but also loneliness and loss. The show is full of music, magic and puppetry, to also engage younger audiences.

Run time: An hour and a half with a 15-minute intermission

BIG NEWS - We're Extending!

Extension Dates & Times

Wednesday, December 27 at 2 PM

Thursday, December 28 at 2 PM

Friday, December 29 at 2 PM and at 7 PM

Saturday, December 30 at 1 PM and at 4:30 PM

CASTING UPDATE - Little Prince

Exciting Update! Sully Brown to star as The Little Prince in select upcoming shows at Synchronicity Theatre! Don't miss this special performance in an already enchanting cast.

~ Sully's Dates in The Desert ~

Tuesday, December 19 at 2 PM
Wednesday, December 20 at 2 PM
Thursday, December 21 at at 2 PM


Antoine de Saint-Exupéry was a French writer, aviator, poet and author. Raised in an aristocratic family, he fell in love with aviation at an early age after took his first airplane ride at the age of 12. He received his pilot’s wings during his compulsory military service in 1922, around which time he also began to write. His adventures as a pilot would supply the inspiration for all of his literary endeavors, which culminated with the 1943 publication of the classic The Little Prince.

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Lauren is thrilled to be working with so many artists she loves and respects here at Synchronicity to tell this beautiful and timeless story. An Atlanta-based director and theatre maker, she’s grateful to have spent time working with The Alliance Theatre (Kendeda Festival 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023), Stage Door Theatre (Peter and the Starcatcher), Actor’s Express (A Third Way [upcoming fall 2024]; Virtual Threshold Reading), Savannah Rep (Prisontown [upcoming spring 2024]), Theatre du Reve (Code Noir; Je Ne Suis Pas Evangeline), Horizon Theatre (The Cake; Apprentice Company Co-Leader), Theatrical Outfit (Unexpected Play Festival), Georgia Shakespeare (Managing Director), Seven Stages (Curious Encounters), Woodstock Arts (Company), and the SheATL new play festival. Lauren also produces new play workshops for playwrights she loves, and recently directed a new opera. She came to Atlanta by way of her native Indiana (Indiana Repertory, Indy Shakes, Phoenix Theatre, Crossroads Repertory, Brown County Playhouse, Shawnee Theatre) and several years in California (South Coast Repertory, Chance Theatre, CalRep, Long Beach Playhouse). Lauren was honored to be a member of the Lincoln Center Theater 2018 Directors Lab. Special thanks to Cole, Kellan, Mom, and Dad for their unwavering support.

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Cast + Crew

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Ash Anderson

Little Prince

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Matt Baum


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Tyshawn Gooden

Fox, Conceited Man, and Snake

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Alejandra Ruiz

Rose, Business Man, and Geographer

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Bridget McCarthy

Lamplighter, the King, and the Desert Flower

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Bryan Montemayor


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Anna Snider


Lauren Morris


LeRell Ross

Music Director

Dawn Axam


Vallea E. Woodbury

Production Manager

Ashley Freeman

Stage Manager

Elisabeth Cooper

Lighting Designer

Joseph Watts (he/him)

Technical Director

Leah Webb


Ryan Bradburn

Scenic & Props Designer


Sound Designer, Sound Technician & Tracks

Courtney Loner

Properties Designer

Savannah Cobb

Costume Designer

Tommy Priester

Lead Electrician