The Louisa May Alcott classic story of the March sisters on the American frontier is brought to life in musical form by ArtsWest Theater for the holiday season, Nov. 29 through Dec. 29.

Little Women coming to ArtsWest for the holidays

Little Women, the classic story of sisters on the frontier in America comes to West Seattle's ArtsWest Theater November 29 - December 29.

Based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott and directed by Mathew Wright Little Women follows the stories of the March sisters as they come of age in Civil War America. The story is brought to life in this musical version with elements of personal discovery, heartache, hope, and everlasting love.

ArtsWest describes the characters and story:
Defiant and headstrong Jo, delicate Beth, sweet Meg, and petulant Amy captivate us as they enchant the men in their lives. Each young woman with the guidance of their Marmee, seek to find their voice - just as this powerful score brings us the sounds of a young America finding its way in the new world. Through laughter, tears, and a profound uplifting of spirit, the March sisters will wind their way into your heart, gently taking your breath away.

This story - based on Louisa May Alcott's own childhood - is so deeply etched in the cultural and emotional landscape of our country, that it resurfaces generation after generation to capture our hearts.

Performances: Wednesdays thru Saturdays 7:30pm, Sundays 3pm

Tickets: Adults $36.50 / Seniors $33 / Under 25 $17

Special Events:
* On Stage: Thursday, December 5th - 6pm - FREE - discussion of Louisa May Alcott
* Tea & a Show: Saturday, December 14th or 21st - 2pm tea/3pm show
- Tea/show tickets = Adults $40 / Seniors $36 / Under 25 $20
tickets for the Tea & a Show event on sale November 11th


ArtsWest Playhouse and Gallery is located at 4711 California Ave S.W.

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