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Mary Lennox is orphaned in India and sent to live in her Uncle's manor on the Yorkshire moors. Cared for by the maid and housekeeper, the sad and lonely Mary befriends a robin who leads her through the gardens of Misselthwaite Manor. As she explores, Mary discovers a rusty old key to a magical garden which has been locked up for years. Misselthwaite Manor holds another mystery; Mary's sickly cousin Colin. Along with the Manor's gardener Dickon, the children regenerate the garden and as it blossoms so do the lives of Mary and Colin. Concert performancePerformers Alexander Evans (Archibald Craven), Rachael McCormick (Martha), Jordan Lee Davies (Dickon), Zoe Curlett (Lily), Zac Donovan (Colin Craven), Ana Martin (Mary Lennox), Ross Barnes, Robert Dalton, Martin Dickinson, natalie Douglas, Wesley Dow, Joanna Eliot, Fiona Finsbury, Mona Goodwin, Matthew Hendrickson, Matthew Ronchetti, Pippa Winslow.
Book by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Producer Aria Entertainment. Producer Knockhardy Productions. Music Lucy Simon. Lyrics Marsha Norman. Adapted by Marsha Norman. Director Matthew Gould. Musical Director David Keefe.
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