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Mile Square Theatre to Present PRINCESS K.I.M.

Hoboken Children's Theater and Mile Square Theatre have joined forces to become one organization, the new Mile Square Theatre. And their first collaboration together is a production of a wonderful new musical for kids, Princess K.I.M. The Musical, based on Maryann Cocca-Leffler's popular book, Princess K.I.M. and the Lie That Grew.

The creative team for this production is led by Hoboken Children's Theater founder and Mile Square Theatre Education Director Chase Leyner. Ms. Leyner says, "Kids will love following the journey of this little girl who lets her imagination get away from her and tells a little lie that turns into a big problem. Our wonderful cast of professional actors will make this a show our family audience will not want to miss." Directed by Broadway veteran Don Brewer and Musical Direction by Scott Pearson, this production will be professional theatre for the whole family.

Princess K.I.M. The Musical
Created by Maryann Cocca-Leffler
Adapted by Maryann Cocca-Leffler & Toby Tarnow
MST Young Audience Script Adaptation by Chase Leyner
Lyrics by Andrew Cass
Music by Andrew Cass & Premik Russell Tubbs
MST Young Audience Music Adaptation by Scott Pearson, Don Brewer & Chase Leyner

Based on the book Princess K.I.M. and the Lie that Grew
Written & Illustrated by Maryann Cocca-Leffler

Princess K.I.M. The Musical is presented at The Edge, 14th and Clinton in Hoboken
Saturdays May 16 - June 27 at 10am and 1pm
(note: due to the Hoboken Hooplah Parade and Carnival, there is no performance on June 20 @ 1pm)

Tickets: $15
Tickets can be purchased online @ www.milesquaretheatre.org.

SPECIAL EVENTS:
May 16:
The author, Maryann Cocca-Leffler, will be on hand at the theatre to sign books after both performances and will give a talk back after the 1pm performance.

May 17:
At 11am, the author, Maryann Cocca-Leffler, will be at Little City Books doing a reading and book signing, and cast members will be on hand to do a musical number.
Little City Books is located at 100 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken, NJ
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