The Morgan Library exhibition The Little Prince, A New-York story will end in just one week, on April 27th !
If you want to come visit to see the Little Prince’s manuscript and learn more about the French writer, it’s now or never !
225 Madison Avenue, at 36th Street, New York
Tuesday to Thursday: 10h30à 17h. Wednesday: 10:30 to 21h. Saturday: 10am to 18pm. Sunday: 11am to 18pm.
Tuesday, April 22, 2014, 6:30 p.m.
The Pilot and the Little Prince: A Conversation with Peter Sís
Internationally acclaimed illustrator, filmmaker, and author of over twenty books, Peter Sís talks about his forthcoming book The Pilot and the Little Prince: The Life of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry with Christine Nelson, Drue Heinz Curator of Literary and Historical Manuscripts.
Tickets: $15; $10 for Members; Free for students with valid ID, subject to availability.
* The exhibition The Little Prince: A New York Story will be open at 5:30 p.m. for program attendees.
Remember, The Little Prince, A New York story will be over on April 27th… So don’t miss it !
The Little Prince will soon come back on stage, in Spain!
For now, the directors Ángel Llàcer and Manu Guix and the production company La Perla 29 led by Oriol Broggi are looking for actors and voices to give substance to the story of the Little Prince.
The show is scheduled for the end of the year.
After Sao Paulo and Rio de Janeiro, the Little Prince exhibition has now set up shop in Campinas. The entire world depicted in the book is on display, in the form of statues, reconstitutions of key scenes from the book or interactive art installations. Read more…
The new exhibit featuring the Little Prince and his friends opened the 14th december at the famous Paris waxworks museum. In a specially dedicated section of the museum, the Little Prince invites young and old to visit asteroid B612. Read more…
After Richard Cocciante’s show, the Little Prince returns to the stage for a new musical adventure. Rehearsals are currently under way at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast (Northern Ireland). The music and lyrics are the work of Nick Lloyd Webber (member of the UK’s famous Lloyd Webber musical dynasty) and James Reid. Read more…
As a worthy way of marking the fifteenth anniversary of the Rights of the Child, the town of Issy-les-Moulineaux on the outskirts of Paris has dedicated the month of November to a celebration of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry and his Little Prince. Read more…