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In CTC’s “Little Women,” A Musical For The March Sisters


When Louisa May Alcott wrote “Little Women” after the Civil War, she could not have imagined that her coming-of-age novel about the March sisters would one day become a Broadway musical - as it did in 2005.

On Friday, the musical adaptation of “Little Women” comes to Chattanooga Theatre Centre.

Scott Dunlap is the director - and Katie Love plays Jo March.

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