Presented by Mel & Sal

Little Women


9–27 Nov

  • AGES


    Approx. 90min

    Tuesday 9 Nov

    Wednesday 10 Nov

    Thursday 11 Nov

Time Marches on

Jo would rather paddle her own canoe and die a spinster than give up her freedom for a man. Amy, on the other hand, would give anything to be loved, and even more by someone rich. Meg is content to be settled with her Mr Brooke. And Beth just wants everyone to be happy and to play her music.

This queering of Louisa May Alcott’s timeless coming of age tale finds something to admire and loath about each of the March sisters and their neighbour Laurie, as they grapple with everyday life, tragedy, love, and independence.

Sally Davies and Melanie Julien-Martial celebrate the true universality of this beloved text, bringing Little Women to the stage with a stellar cast including Cezera Critti-Schnaars, Jess Nyanda Moyle, Ramiah Alcantara, Amber Kitney and Mani Mae Gomes.

Meet the artists!

Register now to Meet the Artists of Little Women and The Bleeding Tree in The Blue Room Bar at 8:15pm on Thursday 2 December. It’s free to attend but RSVP here to ensure yourself a spot.

Image by Duncan Wright.

  • Co-Producer & Co-Director

    Melanie Julien-Martial

  • Writer & Co-Director

    Sally Davies

  • Performers

    Jess Nyanda Moyle
    Cezera Critti-Schnaars
    Mani Mae Gomes
    Amber Kitney
    Ramiah Alcantara

  • Sound Designer

    Joe Paradise Lui

  • Set & Costume Designer

    Eilish Campbell

  • Lighting Designer

    Rhiannon Petersen

  • Stage Manager

    Catherine O'Donoghue

  • Co-Producer & Publicist

    Kailyn Crabbe

  • Dramaturg

    Alexa Taylor

  • Marketing

    Simeon Neo