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Spend a Day With Tuck Everlasting's Youngest Star Sarah Charles Lewis

Inside rehearsals with the 11-year-old pro as she preps for her Broadway debut.

Eleven-year-old Sarah Charles Lewis is getting ready to make her Broadway debut as Winnie Foster in the new musical Tuck Everlasting, beginning performances at the Broadhurst Theatre on March 31. Now in her final weeks of rehearsal, Lewis snapped some photos during a typical day on the job, giving us a behind-the-scenes look at life for a young star on the Great White Way. Follow her from the breakfast table, through the rehearsal room, all the way to the audience of Wicked, where she soaks in one of her last free nights before the eight-show-a-week schedule kicks into high gear.

Breakfast Cheerios at our apartment! The window looks west toward the Hudson.

Heading in to rehearsal for Tuck Everlasting at the beautiful New 42 Studios.

My script! Never leave home without it.

Morning rehearsal. Going through some script changes with my cast!

Quick snack at rehearsal.

Rehearsing in a row boat with the amazing Michael Park.

Rehearsing with my "Partner in Crime," Andrew Keenan-Bolger.

This is Robert Lenzi, who plays Miles Tuck!

And this is our toad!


Me and my castmates Brooklyn, Marco, and Elizabeth heading off to lunch together!

Josh Groban stopped by our rehearsal to say hi! He'll be making his Broadway debut this year too – in Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812.

Tutoring with Brooklyn!

And now on my way to try on some costumes.

Costume fitting time!

Trying on one of my Winnie Foster dresses.

And now back to rehearsal!

Rehearsing a scene with Andrew.

Selfie with Carolee at the end of a long day!

But now we get to go see Wicked!! This is me with my mom, Jennifer, outside the theater!!

With my Tuck castmate Jessica Lee Goldyn and her niece!

About to watch the show! It was a long day, but I had so much fun. I'm so excited to be in New York and on Broadway!!

For tickets to Tuck Everlasting, click here.