DATES: November 15th, 16th, 17th
TIME: Curtain rises at 7:00 p.m.
LOCATION: Ivy Tech Auditorium
300 N 17th St, Noblesville, IN 46060
(Come to entrance 1 off of 17th Street)
COST: $8 per person.
Children 3 and younger are FREE.
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Cast of Characters:
Meg March: Madison Oetjen
Jo March: Emily Smith
Beth March: Grace Overdorf
Amy March: Elizabeth Desai
Laurie: Kurt Watkins
Aunt March: Karyn Dekker
John Brooke: Eric Herendeen
Mr. Laurence: Brian Luczywo
Hannah: Jenna Hobson
“The story of Little Women, Louisa M. Alcott’s famous novel, is so well known and so well loved that it is hardly surprising that many attempts have been made to portray its characters upon the stage. None has yet been so successful, however, as this brilliant dramatization by Peter Clapham. The structure of the play faithfully covers that of the novel, interweaving the lives of the March girls, Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, and Laurie, the boy next door, as they grow up happily together, yet the action is contained neatly in one set. All the overtones of gaiety and the undertones of sadness are here, bringing the story completely to life in a way which is both accurate and dramatically satisfying.”
Sharla Ball has enjoyed being a part of The Attic Theatre since 2016. This is her third production directing for the company. Past directing credits for TAT include The Philadelphia Story, and The Importance of Being Earnest. Sharla has been out of the directing chair and in the stage lights most recently as you may have seen her singing and dancing away as the title role Belle in Beauty and the Beast. A few other credits include Grace in Annie, and Witch 1 in Macbeth.