adapted by John Ravold
written by Louisa May Alcott
directed by Sherry Ingbritsen
cast includes: Darci Rose Wells, Rosi Ringham, Chloe Ivins, Kathy Herrera, Olivia Eafano, Bridget Shepard, Launa Kowalski, Ora Lewis, Lorn Burkhammer, Arvelle Draper, Sanford Darlington, Ashton Murphy-Brown, Grace Brockway
Performance Dates are June 15-17, 22-24, 2018 (Fri and Sat at 8pm…Sun’s at 2pm)
Doors open 30 minutes prior to production
Tickets are $15.00 Seniors (51+) and Children 12 and under…..$18.00 adults (13-50)
Group rates are $10.00 each for a group of 10 or more…$10.00 Discount tickets are available through cast members.
Season Tickets available (includes 5 full stage productions)
For additional information, please visit our website at www.newdawntheatercompany.com or feel free to call the box office line at 678-887-5015
New Dawn Theater is located at 3650 Satellite Blvd
Duluth GA 30096
(Mall Corners Center)
next door to Laser Quest and Haru Ichiban
directly behind Zero-C and El Torrero
“Little Women”: Originally written by Louisa May Alcott, who used her own life as the basis for the story. Each character represents a person in her own family, and her story lines are true to her own experiences. Imagine yourself at Orchard House where she grew up, and being part of the adventures she shares with us in this timeless tale of family, love, tragedy and perseverance. Immerse yourself in the connections between the sisters, the love they felt for each other and how they handled adversity and daily life around them. Feel for Jo, when she fears her family won’t be the same if one sister marries, and as she finds her own path to love. For the sisters, as they deal with the impending death of a one of their own. For Marmee, as she read the unwelcomed telegram about Father. For little Amy and her jealousies. Can her childhood behavior help her grow into a young woman capable of falling in love? Will Meg find happiness with a family, or will she choose to stay at home and be with her sisters? And what of Beth? Feel for her family as she struggles through her own physical challenges. Enjoy the persnickety Aunt March, the family Matriarch, who must be involved in every aspect of their life, but who does so with such hidden love. We hope you enjoy watching this story unfold, as much as we did preparing it for you!
We hope to see you at the staged version of this beloved classic!
NEW DAWN THEATER COMPANY