The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry
A pilot whose plane crashed in the middle of the Sahara desert, thousands of kilometres away from the civilisation, tells of his wonderful meeting with a strange visitor, fragile and genuine, coming from the other end of the universe. His name is the Little Prince.
This is an exciting story about a rose, incredibly beautiful and very proud. Where did she come from? Who sowed her? Where did she grow up? Why the Little Prince has come so far away from his home and what is he looking for ? Maybe to learn more about the rose? Or to get to know himself better? To discover the things he loves and those which hurt him?
Children and adults, hear this story about the love that exists everywhere in the universe, about the hope that somewhere, somebody waits for you, thinks of you and loves you just as your heart desires.
Lyuben Kanev is a famous Bulgarian TV and Cinema actor.
He graduated at the National Academy for Theatre and Film Arts in 2010. He is the winner of the Grand Prix of the First International Theatre Theatrical Academy (GATS) in Beijing for his role as Brut in Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare under the direction of Plamen Markov.
He is also the "Best Drama Theatre actor" at the National Academy of Theatre and Film Arts in 2010. On the stage he debuted at the Plovdiv Theatre in 2010 as Helmer in "Puppet House" by Henrik Ibsen (director Chris Sharkov). He also starred in another performance by Sharkov - "The contempt", the film by Jean-Luc Godard and the TV novella by Alberto Moravia in the Sfumato Theatrical Workshop, as well as in Pierre Corney's "Illusion" (directed by Margarita Mladenova and Stilian Petrov). He is also directed the play "Agents" by David Mamet, part of the repertoire of the Shoumen Theatre with Vladimir Penev . He is the author of the film-theatre show "STOP-the devil pleads guilty", as well as the show "Forgotten". In 2017 Lyuben Kanev announced his third project "Aquarium People". The show will again be in the genre cinema-theatre performance. The photos of the project are made in locations in London and Sofia, Bulgaria.
Duration 80 minutes.
Suitable for ages 4+
Performed in Bulgarian language