Little Women: The Musical at Stage 773
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The last date listed for Little Women: The Musical was Sunday December 19, 2010 / 3:00pm.
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Let Porchlight Music Theatre's Ain't Misbehavin' transport you back in time to the golden age of jazz, when hot spots like the Cotton Club played host to the music of 1930s Harlem, and where swing music, jazz and stride piano infused the entire country with renewed energy. This Tony Award-winning show is a song-filled celebration of the timeless music of Thomas "Fats" Waller, who penned more than 400 songs during his career -- many of which have entered the classic repertoire of jazz standards still popular today. An energetic ensemble of talented performers brings down the house with a musical parade of Fats Waller's most popular hits -- rowdy, raunchy, humorous songs that encapsulate the moods of an era and reflect Waller's view of life as a journey meant for pleasure and play. Learn More
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The production was wonderful, and in particular the sets and costuming. All of the cast members were spot on, voices strong and full of enthusiasm. I cried twice (if that's a measure). The only negative is the small audience. NightBlue and the cast and crew worked so hard to put this production out there. It deserves bigger audiences and better recognition.
Little Women: The Musical, based on Louisa May Alcott's classic 1869 semi-autobiographical novel, focuses on the four March sisters — brassy, tomboy aspiring writer Jo, romantic Meg, pretentious Amy, and kind-hearted Beth — and their beloved Marmee, at their home in Concord, Massachusetts while the family patriarch is away serving as a Union Army chaplain during the Civil War. Intercut with the vignettes in which their lives unfold are several recreations of the melodramatic short stories Jo writes in her attic studio, put to a musical score with lyrics by Mindi Dickstein and music by Jason Howland.