San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
adapted by Gerald P. Murphy, based on the book by Louisa May Alcott,
Directed by Julia Pachoud Bennett
Produced by arrangement with Lazy Bee Scripts
Featuring: Michèle Carter Cram, Stephanie Cooper, David Cowan, Mary Jensen, Matthew Kelly, Zoë Kelly,
Allison Terenzio Ruiz & Jared Stull
About the play: In this affecting, delightful adaptation of Alcott's classic novel, the four spirited March sisters -- Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy -- endeavor to sustain their family in the absence of their father, who is away fighting the Civil War. Led by their devoted Marmee and accompanied by music from the period, each girl struggles to overcome her own limitations to become the best version of herself, even in the midst of disease, jealousy, and poverty.
Appropriate for ages 8+ (very mild language, more mature content dealng with love, loss and family issues)
Approximate Running Time: 60 minutes.
SHOW DATES: Saturdays December 3, 10, 17 & 24, 11am & 3pm
LOCATION: 703 N. Main St., Meridian
TICKETS: $7 youth, $9 general (cushioned floor seating is not available for this performance)
NOTE: Seating is VERY limited. Advanced ticket reservations are strongly advised.
When & Where
Treasure Valley Children's Theater
Treasure Valley Youth & Children’s Theater empowers youth and inspires future innovators, entrepreneurs, creators, humanitarians and artists through quality performing arts experiences.
Through our programs, young people experience theater arts through:
- Observation (see): A professional, adult acting company producing plays for young audiences.
- Participation (play): Year-round classes, camps and workshops for youth ages 3-18.
- Performance (perform): Audition and performance opportunities for young performers ages 8-18.