Linda L. Ruffolo Young Heroes of Conscience Series

Best known for writing “Little Women,” Louisa May Alcott’s own evolving womanhood was more complex than that of her alter ego Jo March. A dedicated feminist and abolitionist, her relationship with her father, a figure largely absent from her classic novel, allowed her to associate with literary greats like Thoreau and Emerson. But her father’s shortcomings and failures also informed her desire to be free from the constraints of marriage and motherhood, leaving her determined to "paddle my own canoe."

Written By: Gregory Stieber & Michele DeVinney

Directed By: Gregory Stieber

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In partnership with Allen County Public Library

Check out their curated collection of classic & contemporary books based on & influenced by Louisa May Alcott. Click Here to view the collection. 

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Performances

Sensory Friendly Performance:

March 6  @ 4:30pm

Touch Tour @ 4pm

First Presbyterian Theater

300 W. Wayne St.

Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Public Performances:

March 4 @ 7pm

March 5 @ 2pm & 4pm

March 6 @ 2pm

First Presbyterian Theater

300 W. Wayne St.

Fort Wayne, IN 46802


 

*Please note First Presbyterian Theater is currently RECOMMENDING masks be worn while in their venue, but they are NOT required. 

School Show:

March 7 @ 10am 

Embassy Theatre

125 W. Jefferson Blvd.

Fort Wayne, IN 46802

Tickets: $18/Adult | $12 Child (18 & Younger) | $12 Senior (60+) | $12 Group Rate (10 or More)

Sensory Friendly Performances: Free

Box Office: 260-422-4226 or tickets.artstix.org

School Shows: $7 p/person

Reserve your seats here