The Little PrinceSun Aug 18 at 2pmYamacraw Center for the Performing Arts, 649 West Jones Street
Premium Seating is available
The Little Prince: A Magical Opera is in two acts based on the book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. After being forced to land his plane in the Sahara desert, a pilot is awakened by the gentle but determined voice of a Little Prince with a strange history. The two become unlikely friends, and while experiencing lessons from the desert’s many creatures, together they discover what is essential in life. Working with the Milnes Studio Artists conducted by Michael Ching and directed by Chad Sonka, this collaboration with Chatham County schools allows young students to learn, conceptualize and present this great work as part of the Festival.
A 90-minute opera sung in English with Supertitles.
Sponsored by Arlene and Allan Ratner.
Production Design sponsored by Elliott Bardsley in memory of Marilyn Bardsley.
BUY TICKETSGeneral Seating: $35Premium Seating: $45Call the Box Office
About Premium Seating
Premium Seating is now available for events at the Jewish Educational Alliance, Plantation Club at the Landings, Westin Savannah Harbor, Asbury Memorial UMC, Yamacraw Center for the Performing Arts and the Charles H. Morris Center. Premium seating tickets include seats that are in more desirable sections of these venues.
Please look for signage for the Premium Seating section. Seats are not assigned. Donors at the Bizet Level and above automatically qualify for Reserved Seating.
Please note: Seating diagrams are an approximation and are subject to change.
The Pilot – Nicholas Yaquinto
The Prince – Yue Hu
Snake/Vain Man – Charles Sciascia
Lamp-lighter/Drunkard/Hunter – Lawrence Barasa
Water– Asmik Arutiuniants, Amandalynne Perzyk
The Rose – Emily Hopkins, Hannah Wolfe
Fox – Daniela Magura, Maayan Voss de Bettancourt
King/Hunter – Scott Russell
Businessman – Joseph Calzada, Nan Qin
Birds – Eunchong Kang, Jinni Shen
Amazon Star – Gabriella Klotz
Pole Star – Justine Alexander
Desert Star – Vianca Torres-Orama
Conducted by Michael Ching
Directed by Chad Sonka
Before You Go
Yamacraw Center for the Performing Arts
Built in 2017, this brand new state of the art building provides a new space for the performing arts in Savannah. The theater seats a total of 588 and has the capacity to livestream to all schools in the Savannah-Chatham County School District.
Parking is available in the adjoining lot off of Bryan Street.
Yamacraw Center for the Performing Arts is located down the street from our Community Partners at Savannah Coffee Roasters. Ticketholders enjoy the following discounts during the Festival dates. Make your reservations to add to your Festival experience!
Savannah Coffee Roasters – Festival ticketholders receive a free glass of wine or beverage with their food order when they present their Festival ticket on the evening of the event.
We recommend you arrive with plenty of time for parking. Please keep in mind that the lobby opens 1 hour prior to showtime and the doors open 30 minutes prior to showtime.