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November 5 & 6, 2019 @ 7:00pm
January 10, 2019
January 11-13 & 18-20, 2019
Preview, Friday & Saturday @ 7:30pm • Sunday @ 2:30pm
Based on the 1868 novel by Louisa May Alcott, Little Women follows the lives, loves and tribulations of the March sisters (Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy ) and growing up during the American Civil War. Their father is off to war and they rely on their mother, Marmee, to see them through the hard times. Inside each of the girls is a desire to grow up and a desire to keep things the same. They all struggle with, and fear, the inevitability that things will change as they grow older and have lives of their own.
Audition information for Louisa May Alcott’s “Little Women” as adapted by Marisha Chamberlain. “Little Women” has a cast of at least seven women and four men, ranging from ages 16 on up.
Actors will be asked to read from the script. You are not required to attend both nights of auditions in order to be cast.
The March sisters:
Meg – The oldest sister, Meg is kind, a good actress, levelheaded, and feels deep responsibility to home and family.
Jo – Younger than Meg, but elder sister to Beth and Amy. Jo is a writer. She is ambitious, quick witted, passionate, sometimes ill-tempered and always independent.
Beth – Beth is a gentle soul, and much beloved by her sisters, especially Jo. Her passion is playing the piano and sticking close to hearth and home.
Amy – The youngest of the March sisters. Amy battles being vain and selfish. She is a talented and dedicated artist. She has natural social graces and adores her sisters, in spite of her battles with Jo.
The older members of the family:
Hannah – Hannah is the lone loyal servant in the March household. She is truly part of the March family.
Marmee- The adored mother to her four daughters. Marmee is wise beyond words, and loves her daughters beyond description. She is compassionate to the poor, and has struggled her entire life to keep her own temper in check.
Aunt March – Wealthy, a bit of a snob, opinionated, but at her core, generous and forgiving.
Father – The benevolent minister, who was past the age of enlisting and went away to the Civil War, but felt he must support the troops in any way he could.
Old Mr. Laurence – A kindly gentleman who loves and cares for his grandson Laurie, whose generosity also extends to the neighboring March family.
Laurie – Laurie is smitten with Jo. He shares her passionate nature and sense of adventure. He can be mischievous at times, but means no harm. Being friends with the March girls is a source of tremendous joy to him.
Brooke – Laurie’s tutor. A bookish and perceptive man who eventually falls in love with Meg. He’s a gentleman through and through.
If you need to schedule an early audition due to conflicts on audition nights, or if you have any additional questions please contact the director, Marcia Weiss, at [email protected]
Director – Marcia Weiss
Producers – Chris Terven