Little House on the Prairie
Through the magic of live theatre, the musical follows the Ingalls family’s journey westward and settlement in DeSmet, South Dakota where Ma and Pa Ingalls hoped to make a better life for their children. It tells the story of their struggle to keep their land claim. In story, song and dance, we see the Ingalls suffering the hardships of winter blizzards and prairie ﬁres as well as rejoicing in the settlement of land and town. Most of all, the story follows Laura as she grows from the wild child who loved to run free into a woman who embraces the responsibilities of her own future while struggling to remain true to herself.
The Ingalls Family
Ma (Caroline Ingalls)
Pa (Charles Ingalls)
School Children of De Smet
School Children of Brewster
Students at Vinton School for the Blind
Official Logo Pack
Included with license
Includes color and black and white high-resolution logo files in JPG, PNG, and EPS formats.
Official Show Artwork
$175 / $125 for educators
Creating artwork for your performance has never been easier – customize online in minutes, download a print-ready PDF, order printed posters, access layered files.
Digital Marketing Essentials
$250 / $150 for educators
Includes everything you need to plan and implement the promotion of your show – 50+ graphics for social media, original show specific content, social media guide, promotion calendar and press release template.
Cast & Crew T-Shirts
As low as $10 each
Broadway Licensing has partnered with Subplot Studio to offer premium-quality Cast & Crew T-Shirts! You can add your theatre name, show dates and even your cast & crew names on the back.
Includes 1 Piano/Conductor Book, 1 Director’s Script and 1 Cast Script/ Vocal Book shipped as soon as payment is received.
Archival Video License
If you want to record your production for archival purposes and to provide at cost copies to your cast and crew, you may do so by purchasing a video license.
Varies by Show
Broadway stars change the keys of songs all the time...so why not you? Optimize your actors' performances by ordering our TurnKey Transposition. Get the perfect key for the perfect actor! All digital delivery, usually within 24 hours.
$50 per song for PV or PC
$150 per song for all orchestral parts (including PC/PV)
Digital Orchestration Parts
Prefer playing or rehearsing from your tablet? All of our orchestration books (including PC and PV) are available in digital copies.
PC or PV $50
Orchestration Parts $25/per book
Full Conductor Score
An ideal solution for those who choose to conduct their show from the podium, as opposed to the piano. Each detailed instrument staff is always right in front of you--giving you the most comprehensive layout for full control of your orchestra.
$125/Print, $100/Digital, $175/both
Extra Rehearsal Weeks
If you need your full set of production materials prior to the regularly scheduled shipment (see above), you can request additional weeks.
$100 / week
PROVIDED BY RIGHT ON CUE SERVICES
This rehearsal tool allows you to play a customizable rehearsal track of your show, complete with individual vocal parts.
PROVIDED BY RIGHT ON CUE SERVICE
These high quality performance and rehearsal tracks will greatly enhance your production.
LITTLE HOUSE ON THE PRAIRIE, THE MUSICAL
Music by Rachel Portman Lyrics by Donna di Novelli
Based on the ‘Little House’ books by Laura Ingalls Wilder
The original production of Little House on the Prairie the Musical was
produced by Ben Sprecher and Louise Forlenza for Global Prairie Productions, Inc, Amy
Sprecher, Bob Boyett, Jay H. Harris/William Franzblau, Tony Fusco, Larry Feinman, Peter
Bezemes, Friendly Theatrical, LLC, Jon B. Platt, Wendy Federman, Michael Filerman/Marc Schwartz and Karl Sydow and Nelle Nugent, in association with Bob Reich and Sharon Carr;
Associate Producer: Kenneth Teaton, Tim Levy and Lynn Shaw.
No billing shall appear in type larger or more prominent than the billing to
Author except for the title of the Play. In the event any party constituting Author is billed, all
must be billed. The foregoing billing shall be not less than fifty percent (50%) of the title of
the Play or twenty five percent (25%) of any artwork title.”