Jo March isn’t concerned with what’s “ladylike.” Actually, she’s not sure she wants to be a lady at all. An aspiring writer, the headstrong Jo must negotiate with rigid societal norms to realize her dreams of independence. Against the backdrop of the Civil War, the beloved March siblings grow together and apart, discovering love, joy, and friendship as they learn the importance of family and being true to oneself. Kate Hamill’s fresh and lively adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic novel will bring the entire family together this holiday season. Directed by Marti Lyons; co-produced with Milwaukee Repertory Theater.
Previews 11/10-14; opens 11/15
Sensory friendly performance 11/24 (matinee); Spanish open captioned performance 11/25 (matinee); English open captioned performance 11/30 (evening); ASL interpreted and audio described performance 12/2 (matinee).
Pay-what-you-choose tickets available for all performances by phone or in person; see info here.