Antoine de Saint-Exupéry


dance drama

In Brief

Performance length: , with 1 intermission.

Following sold-out performancesin Paris, Sydney, Dubai, and a season on Broadway, The Little Prince,marking its 80th anniversary as one of the best-selling and most translated books ever published, comes to Budapest, from the 14th of February 2024 for a limitedseason, in a new stage production filled with theatrical spectacle, dance, aerial acrobatics, and ground-breaking video mapping technology that bring the classic adventure story loved by generations to life.


Produced by Broadway Entertainment Group, The Little Prince comesto lifein a magical first-class theatre spectacular live onstage. Experience a constellation of compelling characters and colorful costumes. Leap into a vivid universe of dance, music, projections, and acrobatics. Immerse yourself in a uniquely innovative international stage production that will capture your heart and challenge your imagination.


The award-winning creativeteam for The Little Prince is led by director and choreographer AnneTournié, with libretto adaptation and co-direction by Chris Mouron;original music by Terry Truck; assistant choreography by NoellieBordelet; video design by Marie Jumelin; costume design by PeggyHousset; lighting design by Stéphane Fritsch; sound design by TristanViscogliosi; video projection by Etienne Beaussart; hair and makeupby Carmen Arbues Miro; and props by Aurélie Gandilhon.


Director Anne Tourniésaid, "We are thrilled for our company to continue The Little Prince’sworld journey to Budapest. On his journey, the Little Prince shares a message of humanity with the many different people and cultures he encounters. We are humbled to bring his story of friendship, loneliness, love, and caring for others and our planet back to the melting pot where Antoine de Saint-Exupéryfirst created this beloved tale.”


Generations around the worldlove The Little Prince. The international book phenomenon has sold astunning 200 million copies, becoming the second most translated book in modern history in 250 languages. Along the way this beautiful adaptation of the timeless classic has taught so many that "what is essential is invisible to the eye".



Wednesday 14thFebruary at 8:00 pm

Thursday 15thFebruary at 8:00 pm

Friday 16thFebruary at 8:00 pm

Satrurday 17thFebruary at 4:00pm and 8:00pm

Sunday 18thFebruary at 4:00pm and 8:00pm


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