A powerful story about one small orphan girl shining hope into the desolate lives of her new-found relatives. Challenging, moving and inspiring for all ages.
After losing both parents to cholera in India, young Mary Lennox is sent to England to live with her hermit uncle, Archibald Craven. Inside his haunting secluded house, Mary meets his bedridden son, Colin, all alone with his mother’s death on his conscience. Everything changes when Mary decides to revive the beauty of her Aunt Lily’s over-grown secret garden. This is an inspiring story about how one small girl can turn everything around when she decides she ‘wants things to grow.’ Special effects and puppetry will ensure that this story is told in a fresh, innovative and exciting way. Guaranteed to challenge, inspire and move you.
By Pulitzer Prize-winner Marsha Norman and Lucy Simon, a family musical based on the 1911 novel by Frances Hodgson.
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