April 1, 2, 3 & 8, 9, 10, 2005
Doors open at 7:30pm and the show starts at 8:00pm.
Location: Avon Theater, 525 North 2nd Street, Breese, IL 62230
“Delivering a message of hope and Cheer.”
Adapted from the widely read Luisa May Alcott novel, “Little Women” is the story of four girls growing up in mid-19th century New England. Sibling rivalries, uncertainty about the future, confronting tragedy, and searching for one’s soul mate are all timeless themes woven into the wonderfully adapted script.
“Little Women” will be presented in four acts. The action takes place between December 1863 and October 1868. All action takes place in the March home.
|Jo March||The second oldest sister, aspiring writer, and tomboy of the family.||CARRIE MCNEAL|
|Laurie||The well-to-do, happy-go-lucky boy next door.||PAUL KLOSTERMANN|
|Meg March||The oldest sister and peacekeeper among the sisters.||JENNY GILLESPIE|
|Marmee||The family matron and pillar of strength||KATHLEEN DWYER|
|Amy March||The somewhat selfish and vain youngest sister.||BROOKE WELGE|
|Mr. March||The kind father of the four “Little Women”.||DUSTIN MCSPARIN|
|Brooke||Laurie’s private tutor and Meg’s eventual husband.||BRADEN HENZE|
|Beth March||The frail, musically-talented sister.||SARAH MCKENNEY|
|Professor Bhaer||An aloof German scholar and writer.||MIKE HUELSMANN|
|Hannah||The March family’s maid.||HARRIET CHURCH|
|Aunt March||A wealthy but miserly spinster.||RITA HARRIS|
|Crew Job||Crew Member|
|Associate Directors:||JILL HODAPP & LEAH KLOSTERMANN|
|Production Assistant:||AIYANNA WADE|
|Lighting Design:||JILL HODAPP|
|Sound Design:||LEAH KLOSTERMANN|
|Set Design:||STEVE KLOSTERMANN|
Adapted by Marion Forest. Dramatized from Louisa M. Alcott’s novel.
Presented through special arrangements with Samuel French Inc.
Director: Steve Klostermann<- Back to 2004-2005 Season