The Little Prince


Cummins and Scoullar’s


Rick Cummins and John Scoullar

Based on the book by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

Copyright © 1943 and renewed 1971 by Hartcourt Brace & Co


Directed by Clara Ploux
Starring (in order of appearance): Gabriel Rojo, Wesley Whitson, Precious Merino, Lex Laas, Camron Alexander, Margaret Lewis, Kat Cordes

Scenery, Lighting and Projections Design by Thomas Murphy
Set art projections by Paulo Cabrita
Costumes design by Betsy Larabee
Light, Sound and Projections Tech by Zacchary Drew and Dashiell Waterbury

Photography by Pin Lim
Graphic design by Monica das Neves
Production Manager Dashiell Waterbury
Production Assistant / Stage Manager Isis Acogny

“Produced by special arrangement with


December 8-17, 2016

Wednesday-Saturday at 8pm

Matinees: Fridays at 1:15pm and Sunday at 3pm

at THE MATCH – Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston
3400 Main St, Houston, TX 77002


Our third production, Cummins and Scoullar’s The Little Prince, was adapted from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s book by Rick Cummins and John Scoullar to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the book’s publishing. Originally produced off-Broadway by Chrysalis Productions at the John Houseman Theatre Complex and the earlier version produced and directed by Michael Harron at Playhouse by the River, Mt. Bethel, Pa., the play has since been presented in theaters across the United States.

The Little Prince,
by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, was published for the first time in 1943, both in French and English. This poetic and philosophical story recounts the encounter between a lonely Aviator, whose airplane has broken down in the Sahara Desert, and the mysterious Little Prince, who comes from a distant planet called B 612. Seeking to find answers to the many questions he has, the Little Prince has decided to travel around the galaxy – encountering different and strange characters along the way. When he asks the Aviator to draw him a sheep, an imaginative and poetic journey begins, leading the Aviator to find the meaning of what is truly important in life: “the essential is invisible to the eyes.”

Luciole International Theatre Company is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit performing arts company dedicated to promoting international and multicultural exchanges through the arts.  We aim to contribute to a free and educated society by offering the opportunity for general audiences and younger generations to raise awareness of international culture while including the many diverse communities in our cosmopolitan city.