Larry Little

Larry Little has a theatrical career that has spanned thirty-five years and more than 100 productions, first as an actor/singer/dancer, then as a director and producer. Along the way he became a Certified Public Accountant, providing an additional range of skills for his most recent role as a creating producer, developing new shows. Larry is the Lead Producer at CPA Theatricals and LCG Entertainment, LLC, the companies he founded to provide musical theatre for under-served populations. In recent years, a special focus of the companies has been shows that provide opportunities for female performers, create strong and interesting female characters, and increase outlets for female composers and directors.

His musical, 57th National Mathlete Sum-it opened off-Broadway as part of the 2017 New York Musical Festival (under the title Numbers Nerds) and has subsequently had productions throughout the US including Georgia, Kansas, Florida, Wisconsin, Texas, California, and London. After the extended NYMF run and enthusiastic response, the show was licensed by Theatrical Rights Worldwide. He also conceived of and created Girlhood the Musical and The Land Of Forgotten Toys, A Christmas Musical – available at Stage Rights. During isolation, Larry also created and developed one of the first zoom musicals – The Mystery Of Custodia – available in the Spanish language as well. It has been performed all over the world and is now licensed by Stage Rights. He is currently developing The Moment– a musical originally written for zoom and is now being adapted for the stage.