LITTLE WOMEN THE MUSICAL

November 8 - november 24

Book by Allan Knee

Lyrics by Mindi Dickstein

Music by Jason Howland

Directed by Emily Jackson

Musical Director Randy Hurst

Based on the classic novel penned by Louisa May Alcott, Little Women the Musical follows the unconventional life of the four headstrong March sisters (Jo, Meg, Amy, and Beth) and their beloved Marmee in Concord, Massachusetts while their father serves in the Union Army at the crux of the Civil War. Nominated for Tony, Drama Desk, and Outer Critics Circle Awards, and featuring a stunning musical score, Little Women the Musical is a heartwarming story of love and family guaranteed to bring laughter, tears, and lift your spirits during this cozy time of year.

SHOW DATES & TIMES

NOV. 8

8 PM

NOV. 9

8 PM

NOV. 10

2 PM

NOV. 15

8 PM

NOV. 16

8 PM

NOV. 17

2 PM

NOV. 22

8 PM

NOV 23

8 PM

NOV. 24

2 PM

TICKET RATES

ADULT

$30

SENIOR

$25

STUDENT

$25

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THE CAST

SHANNEN DOYLE as Jo March

REBECCA RYANN as Amy March     RACH PHELAN as Meg March     RACHEL BRUDNER as Beth March     

VICTORIA KEISER as Marmee     STEPHANIE LONG as Aunt March     KEENAN BUCKLEY as Theodore "Laurie" Laurence

JASON KRUK as Professor Bhaer     ROB KEVLIN as John Brooke     BILL KING as Mr. Laurence

MEET THE DIRECTOR

emily jackson

Emily Jackson is an artist and organizer whose work focuses on collaboration, fundamental theatricality, and character narrative. Her directing credits include for Sanguine Theatre Company: Jessica; Hamlet Isn’t Dead: Julius Caesar; for Kitchen Theatre Company: I and You, The Soup Comes Last, Physics Fair, Count Me In; for Cider Mill Playhouse: UrinetownStage Kiss; for Fordham University: Into the Woods; for After Darks, PTP/NYC: Scenes of Ascending; for 2X4 in Repertory: Haunted; for Rhapsody Collective: How Steve Died; for Writopia Lab’s Worldwide Plays Festival: Crazy Like a Pumpkin, How to be a Dad. Emily has served as the Artistic Director for Sanguine Theatre Company in New York City and the Artistic Associate and Director of Audience Services for Kitchen Theatre Company in Ithaca, NY, has been a member of Lark Theatre’s Literary Wing, and has adapted the works of Italian playwright, Dacia Maraini. Originally from Dallas, Texas, Emily received her BFA from The University of Oklahoma’s Peggy Dow Helmerich School of Drama.

DONATION DRIVE

We're collecting donations of hygeine products and non-perishable food items at each Little Women the Musical performance! All donations will be distributed to local shelters and pantries. We will have a collection box at each show, so bring your donations with you! 

 

Below is a list of suggested items:

  • Deodorant

  • Soap

  • Shampoo & Conditioner

  • Lotion

  • Baby Wipes

  • First-aid kits

  • Feminine hygiene products

  • Tissues

  • Blankets

  • Non-perishable food items (cans and boxes only)

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Holmdel, NJ 07733

P.O. Box 182

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732-946-0427

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