Your Story's Worth Telling.
Louisa May Alcott's beloved coming-of-age novel is brought to life on stage in this vibrant and fresh theatrical production. Follow the four March sisters- charming Meg, temptatious Jo, sweet Beth, and spoiled baby Amy- as they navigate through love, loss, and womanhood during the American Civil War.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 30th at 7:00 PM (PREVIEW PERFORMANCE)
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1st at 7:00 PM (OPENING)
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2nd at 1:00 PM
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2nd at 7:00 PM
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3rd at 1:00 PM (CLOSING)
THE CAMBRIDGE ARTS THEATRE (GALT LITTLE THEATRE)
47 Water St. South, Cambridge, ON
RUNNING TIME: 120 Minutes (2 hours)
RECOMMENDED AUDIENCE: All ages!
DOORS OPEN: 6:30pm for an evening performance, and 12:30pm for a matinee performance.
INTERMISSION: There will be a 20 minute intermission between ACT I and ACT II.
WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE? Yes!
Tickets may be purchased online through our Virtual Box Office, or in-person before the show (cash and credit accepted.) Tickets may also be reserved by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Seating is not assigned. Those who have reserved or purchased tickets online will receive priority.
GENERAL ADMISSION (18+): $25.00
STUDENT ADMISSION (Under 18): $20.00
SENIOR ADMISSION (65+): $20.00
ON SALE BEGINNING: Sunday, August 1st
PLEASE NOTE- We've gone paperless! Tickets purchased online are not mailed out.
We are constantly monitoring the situation, and are following the current guidelines put in place by Public Health in Waterloo Region. In accordance with Stage 3 of the public reopening, we are only selling 90 tickets per performance. In accordance with provincial guidelines put in place for theatre companies, Penny & Pound will be requiring proof of vaccination (one or both doses) upon admission. Masks must be worn at all times when physical distancing cannot be met. Your cooperation as we navigate our re-opening is greatly appreciated.
preview night Charity: ORANGE SHIRT DAY
Penny & Pound stands in solidarity with Indigenous, Metis, and Inuit peoples as we cope with the horrifying reality of the over 6,000 bodies found on the grounds of former Residential Schools throughout Canada and The United States. In honour of Orange Shirt Day (Thursday, September 30th), $5 per ticket bought to the Thursday, September 30th Preview Performance of LITTLE WOMEN will be donated to The Native Woman's Association of Canada.
For more information about their organization, click here: https://www.nwac.ca/nwac/
THE CREATIVE TEAM
BASED ON THE NOVEL by Louisa May Alcott
ADAPTED FOR STAGE by Piper J. Distel and Lori Robinson Distel
DIRECTED by Lori Robinson Distel
STAGE MANAGER: Jennifer Lynn Mountain