Little Women

Critics

LemonMeter

Reviews: 2

Audience

LemonMeter

Reviews: 0

Christian Lebano has written his own stage adaptation of Little Women specifically for this production. It combines a cast of established professionals in the adult roles, with emerging young performing artists from California School of the Arts - San Gabriel Valley in the roles of the March Sisters.

The “Little Women” of the title are spirited, loving, and artistically or intellectually gifted. Jo writes and gets stories published. Meg, the eldest, is the best actress. Amy draws. Beth has musical talents. Set during the Civil War, this production will focus on the first part of the novel, beginning in 1863 and ending at Christmastime in 1864.
Lebano directs. A co-production of Sierra Madre Playhouse and CSArts-SGV.

Reviews

I found Little Women at SMP heartwarming and adorable, and I think you’ll enjoy it.

sweet - Dena Burroughs - The Fume of Sighs - ...read full review


I can only imagine how thrilling it must be for the students of California School of the Arts-San Gabriel Valley to be afforded the opportunity play with the pros in Louisa Alcott’s Little Women, an excitement clearly shared by their parents, family, and friends on Opening Night. Those not related to the cast may find themselves somewhat less thrilled.

sweet-sour - Steven Stanley - StageSceneLA - ...read full review


I found Little Women at SMP heartwarming and adorable, and I think you’ll enjoy it.

sweet - Dena Burroughs - The Fume of Sighs - ...read full review


I can only imagine how thrilling it must be for the students of California School of the Arts-San Gabriel Valley to be afforded the opportunity play with the pros in Louisa Alcott’s Little Women, an excitement clearly shared by their parents, family, and friends on Opening Night. Those not related to the cast may find themselves somewhat less thrilled.

sweet-sour - Steven Stanley - StageSceneLA - ...read full review