As we grow up, it is hard to hold onto our childhood imaginations and look beyond what is in front of us. But Northwestern’s School of Communications is trying to bring some of that imagination back.
Students presented “The Little Prince” this weekend to show viewers that some of the most important things in life can only be glimpsed with the heart.
The play is based on the famous novel The Little Prince. Communications professor David Catlin directed the play which incorporates acrobatics, music, and dance.
The prince leads the audience through a journey filled with fantastical elements. The purpose is to open the eyes and imaginations of adult views. Whether or not it worked, is up to the audience.
“You’ll enjoy the show, it’s something for everybody,” Kyra Jones from “The Little Prince" run crew.
The play continues this Thursday through Sunday. Tickets are available through the Theater and Interpretation Center Box office.