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Little Women

A Lyric Theatre Production

Sat 3 Feb—Sat 2 Mar 2024

Sisters, Dreams, and Resilience Take Center Stage in Little Women Adaptation by Anne-Marie Casey!

Step into the world of sisterhood, courage, and ambition with our latest theatre production of Little Women, originally penned by Louisa May Alcott and masterfully adapted by Anne-Marie Casey. Under the skilful direction of Emily Foran, experience the enduring journey of the March sisters – Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy – as they navigate the challenges of the Civil War era, forging unbreakable bonds of love and family. Join us for this heart-warming and captivating rendition of Little Women that breathes new life into a cherished classic.

Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women adapted by Anne-Marie Casey, presented by arrangement with Lee Dean.

”Women, they have minds, and they have souls, as well as just hearts. And they’ve got ambition, and they’ve got talent, as well as just beauty.” – Louisa May Alcott, Little Women.

Peek behind the scenes of our ambitious new artwork for Little Women and see them in all of their beauty and watch as their immense talent shines through.

It was a BIG day for our Little Women this week, as we kicked off the New Year with our new production! Cast and creatives came together in the Lyric Theatre and brushed off those Christmas cobwebs with our Day 1 meet and greet and a first read through. There was lots of laughter, even some tears during the emotional scenes, and definitely a feeling that this is going to be a very special production…

Meet the amazing cast of Little Women ready to grace our Main Stage this Spring!

We’re bursting with excitement to kick off rehearsals with this amazing ensemble cast of Maura Bird as Beth, Shaun Blaney as John Brooke, Marty Breen as Jo, Ruby Campbell as Meg, Tara Cush as Amy, Jo Donnelly as Marmee,  Allison Harding as Aunt March, Cillian Lenaghan as Laurie and Ash Rizi as Professor Friedrich Bhaerwatch. Join us next month and watch them transform this classic tale from page to stage.





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