A Little Princess (dramatic reading)

A Little Princess (dramatic reading)
by Frances Hodgson Burnett (1849-1924)

Sara Crewe is a very intelligent, polite, and creative young girl. Born to a wealthy soldier in India, Sara was brought all the way to London in Victorian-era England for a formal education. At the upscale boarding school, Sara is forced to tolerate the haughty, disdainful headmistress, Miss Minchin. Unfortunately, things only get worse for Sara when her father’s bankruptcy and death leave her impoverished and at the mercy of the jealous Miss Minchin. Sara undergoes numerous trials as she humbly allows herself to be subjected to servitude, but with the help of several dear friends (both seen and unseen), she remains as proud and unwavering and imaginative as ever, proving to all that she is, as the title says, “a little princess.” (Summary by Wikipedia)

Sara Crewe: Eden Rea-Hedrick
Captain Crewe/Ram Dass: ToddHW
Miss Minchin: Kara Shallenberg
Miss Amelia: Elizabeth Klett
Jessie: Kristingj
Lavinia: Arielle Lipshaw
Mariette: Tiffany Halla Colonna
Mr. Dufarge/Mr. Carrisford: Noel Badrian
Ermengarde St. John: Verity Kendall
Mr. St. John/The Secretary: Ken Garrett
Lottie Legh/Rosalind Gladys (Nora): Grace
Becky: Abigail Rasmussen
Mr. Barrow: Aidan Brack
Guy Clarence (Donald): Xavier Avirex
Veronica Eustacia (Janet): Carmen H
The Cook: L D Hamilton
Mr. Carmichael: Ernst Pattynama
Beggar Child (Anne): Amy Wack
The Baker: Sarah Holtz
Mrs. Carmichael: Duan
Narrator: ElleyKat

Audio edited by Elizabeth Klett and Arielle Lipshaw


A Little Princess
A Little Princess cover.jpg
First edition cover
Author(s) Frances Hodgson Burnett
Country United States
Language English
Genre(s) Children’s literature
Publisher Warne
Publication date 1905
Media type Print (Hardcover andPaperback)
Pages 266