Adapted by Kristen Laurence
Directed by Ross Collins


Monday, January 10 at 6pm and Tuesday, January 11 at 6pm
Callbacks (if required) Wednesday, January 12 at 6pm

February 25 – March 6, 2022
Performances Friday, Saturday at 7:00pm and Sunday at 2pm
(Possible extension through March 13)

A Play in the Youth Theater

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The play begins that memorable Christmas when Marmee leaves to visit her sick husband and Jo sells her beautiful hair to help finance the trip. It ends just a year later when the happy family is again preparing to celebrate not only Christmas but also the return of Mr. March. In between these two events, we again live, laugh, love and cry with Meg, Jo, Amy and Beth as they go through the many trials and tribulations that have made this story a classic.

Rehearsals will begin Saturday, January 15 at 10 AM.  The production will run for two weekends from Feb. 5 – March 6, 2022 (possible extension through March 13). Showtimes are Fridays and Saturdays at 7PM and Sundays at 2:00PM.

Auditioners should prepare:
An age appropriate comedic or dramatic monologue from a previously published work, not to exceed 2 minutes in length, and be prepared to read cold from the script

Auditioners should bring:
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– Completed audition form (download audition packet here or from sign-up genius page)
– Headshot and resume if available
– List of ALL possible rehearsal conflicts from January 15 – March 13, 2022

Production fees: If cast, your child will be receiving over 110 hours of professional direction from trained, industry professionals. Please be advised that if your child is cast in this show, there is a production fee of $100.00 per participant which includes a show t-shirt and a flash drive of production photos. Parents are also required to volunteer for 10 hours. Scholarships are available. NO ONE will be denied participation based on ability to pay.

COVID-19 Protocols: Because our actors will be performing indoors and in close proximity, we are requiring that each actor is vaccinated against COVID-19 before the first rehearsal on January 15th. They will also be required to wear masks during rehearsals at all times and wear face shields during performances, both onstage and off.  Cast members will be required to be tested 1x a week, as well as temperature checked at the start of each rehearsal.  (Free test kits are presently available through Fountain Hills Library or free testing is available through the school.)  The audience will be required to be masked while indoors at all times as well.  The safety of our young performers and our community is our number-one priority, and we greatly appreciate your understanding.  Proof of vaccination will be required to be presented at auditions.

CASTING FOR (Ages 10-19):

Meg (16 years old The oldest) – Very neat and tidy

Jo (15 years old) – A tomboy and writer

Beth (14 years old) – Shy and timid, sweet and peaceful.

Amy (12 years old) – She has a very strong self-image and is always conscious of her appearance.

Mrs March (Marmee) – Their Mother

Aunt March – Their outspoken Aunt

Hannah – The family servant

Sallie Moffatt – A friend

Aunt Caroll – The timid aunt

or call 480.837.9661 x3 (Tues.–Sat., 12pm-5pm). Groups discounts available.

Fountain Hills Theater is a 501(c)(3) organization. All gifts are tax deductible. The Theater is 100% funded by ticket sales and donations. Ticket sales alone do not cover operating expenses. For more information about donating or volunteering, please call 480.837.9661 x3 or read here.

Little Women is presented through special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing.