Musical theatre workshops and productions

Our Team

CPA Theatricals, Inc. – Creative Productions And Theatricals – is a 501-C-3 non-profit corporation, founded by Larry Little in 2002.  Click to view our Mission.  In recent years, a major focus has been to feature female performers, writers, and characters.  Our shows include 57th NATIONAL MATHLETE SUM-IT, which premiered Off Broadway at the New York Musical Festival and was subsequently licensed by Theatrical Rights Worldwide, THE LAND OF FORGOTTEN TOYS, GIRLHOOD, THE MYSTERY OF CUSTODIA, MILEY CHASE THE SCIENCE ACE, now licensed by Broadway Licensing.  Shows in development include THE MOMENT and SENTINELS.

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Larry Little (Lead Producer) 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 completed projects, all licensed for international distribution and translated into two languages, serve the commercial market and the needs of middle-school, high-school and college performers.

The Leadership Team of CPA Theatircals includes Timothy O’Connell (Associate Producer), Julie Bossidy (Associate Producer), and Nicholas Reinhart (Assistant Producer).  Also collaborating in pursuing our mission is LCG Entertainment, LLC.


1 Comment

Kenny Chumbley

March 14, 2023 at 10:30 pm

I read your article on MusicalWriters. com about getting a play produced. As a result, I made some tweaks to the pitch I’ve been sending out. You might see your advice in the following:

Why is my show unique? It is a retelling of Dickens’ original Christmas fairy tale that years later morphed into A Christmas Carol, one of the most commercially viable properties ever.

Why this show? Why now? The demand for family entertainment is on the rise. (The secret of Cats longevity is that it morphed into a family musical.) It’s hard to get through December without Dickens, and here is a Dickens that scratches the Dickens’ holiday itch and delivers all the wonderful emotions of A Christmas Carol.

Thanks for your good advice. Might you have a smidgeon of interest in hearing more about: A forgotten Dickens, A Goblins’ Christmas Carol? : )


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