Little Women ~ The Broadway Musical
2018 Performance dates: July 31, August 4, 9, 16, 21, 24, 30 Ski Hill Amphitheater
The March sisters come to life in the musical adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic and well-loved novel, Little Women. As they come of age during the Civil War, Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy unite to face the challenges and joys that lie before them. This study of love, grief, loyalty, and finding purpose has no equal. An award winning musical destined to become a classic.
Join us under the stars at the stunning Ski Hill Amphitheater!
Directed by Tiffany Mausser
Jo March: Madison Zerak
Meg March: Michela Muñoz
Beth March: Victoria Smith
Amy March: Rebecca Gray
Laurie Laurence: Mason Atwood
Marmee March: Daina Toevs
Professor Bhaer: Christopher Puckett
John Brooke: Michael McCormick
Aunt March/Mrs. Kirk: Ally Atwood
Mr. Laurence: Gary Hesse
Clarissa: Michela Muñoz
Braxton: Peter Knickerbocker
Rodrigo: Mason Atwood
Troll: Marina Pierce
Hag: Julie Davis
Knight: John Wagner
Rodrigo II: Victoria Smith
Jo: Liz Oyama
Beth: Rebecca Gray
Amy: Marina Pierce
Laurie Laurence: Jeremy Adams
Marmee/Aunt March/Mrs. Kirk: Julie Davis
John Brooke/Professor Bhaer: Peter Knickerbocker
Mr. Laurence: John Wagner
Please note that infants and children under 5 are not admitted to LST shows.
People have different ideas about what material is appropriate, both for themselves and their families. This guide is provided to give you information to determine if the content of this production is suitable for you and your loved ones. Please be aware that this information is provided with the intent of disclosure, and therefore contains plot spoilers:
Little Women, the Musical is based on the classic novel by Louisa May Alcott about the four March sisters, Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy, coming of age during the American Civil War era. The beloved story is told by Jo, an aspiring writer and a big dreamer, as she and her sisters navigate the trials and tribulations of growing up in challenging circumstances during a difficult time in American history. The sisters find comfort, joy, and strength with each other, their friend Laurie, and their devoted mother, even through the pain of separation and heart wrenching loss.
There are no sexual references, innuendo, or objectionable language in this production. The story features only wholesome romances and childhood crushes.
There is no realistic violence in this production, only highly stylized, theatrical swordplay and peril as Jo’s epic melodramas, full of passion and swashbuckling action, come to life before our eyes.
Little Women, the Musical is a wholesome, heartwarming production that families can enjoy together.