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Little Women Coming to the OLT State in December


This holiday season the Ouachita Little Theatre invites you on a heartwarming and nostalgic trip back in time all the way to the winter of 1863 amid the dim days of the Civil War, into the March home, where we will celebrate the classic family drama that is Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women. This timeless play follows the coming of age stories of each of the four March daughters, Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy. The story validates virtue and family over wealth and reminds us that nothing is more valuable than the love of home and hearth. The Christmas production of the play will run December 5-7 and 12-14.

The play opens at Christmastime as the March girls prepare to celebrate the season in their own unique manner. Though the family has fallen on hard times, financially, and their father is absent due to the war, each girl finds it within herself to embrace the holiday spirit and make the season bright for each other and the whole family. Always brave and kind hearted and joyful, despite the dower circumstances, these original “all-American girls” will be sure to tug at the heart strings of the young and

old alike.

If you and your family are looking for a wonderful way to spend an evening out this coming holiday season and want the chance to make a memory that will last a lifetime, then you are invited to come and join the fun of the holiday production of this great American classic!

Showtimes are 7:30 p.m. for Friday and Saturday nights, and 2:30 p.m. for the Sunday matinees. Tickets are $8.00 for adults or $5.00 for students and seniors 60+. Tickets are available only at the box office, which opens one hour before showtimes.

If you enjoy OLT plays and events, you might want to purchase a 2015 season ticket for $40.00, which will give you eight admissions to the theater, good from now through the end of 2015. For further information, leave a message at 479-243-0186 and someone will return your call soon.

And if you’ve never before seen an OLT Production, be sure to mention it at the Box Office for one free admission!

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