ABOUT THE SHOW
In honor of Louisa May Alcott's 190th birthday and our decennial celebration of the Concord author, we offer the 2005 Broadway musical "LITTLE WOMEN" - telling of the beloved story of the March sisters.
Romantic Meg, tomboyish Jo, loving Beth, and irascible Amy live in Concord with their Marmee while their father is off in the Civil War.
Filled with adventure (both lived and imagined), heartbreak, and a deep sense of hope, these "LITTLE WOMEN" struggle to find their own voices.
ABOUT THE CONCORD PLAYERS
The Players are proud of their continuous record of presenting quality theatre to the citizens of Concord and the surrounding communities. Three major productions are mounted each season. In addition, one-acts, such as the annual entry into the Eastern Mass Assn of Community Theatres (EMACT) Spring Festival, are frequently presented. Workshops in acting, directing, and technical theatre are also offered to the membership.
The purpose of our organization is to produce and perform quality theatre for the citizens of Concord and the surrounding communities. We encourage the participation of people with an interest in technical theatre, as well as in performing.