Tucker's Main Street Theatre Brings "Little Women" to the Stage July 19-28
Even after 150 years, "Little Women," Louisa May Alcott's story about the four young March sisters' struggle with the constraints of poverty, jealousy, illness and social expectations, has maintained its relevance for today's audiences.
Playwright Marisha Chamberlain's updated adaptation of the coming-of-age literary classic will be performed by Tucker's Main Street Theatre the weekends of July 19-21 and July 26-28 at the Tucker Recreation Center.
"Our production will bring Louisa May Alcott’s characters to life in the modern world," says director Merle Halliday Westbrook, "and explore how much the themes and lessons radically proposed 150 years ago still resonate with all women today."
The cast is composed of Veronica Burman, Erin Eben, Evan Greene, Carrie Harris, Matt Hiltman, Wayne Kelley, Keegan McDaniel, Katie Mogilski, Carly Sharec, Pat Smith and Mia Trocchi.
Show times for "Little Women" are 7:30 p.m. for the Friday and Saturday shows July 19, 20, 26 and 27, and 2:30 for the Sunday performances on July 21 and 28.
For tickets please visit www.mainstreettheatre.org.