Opening Date
Jan 23, 2005
Closing Date
May 22, 2005
1st Preview
Dec 07, 2004
1st Preview
Dec 07, 2004


Virginia Theatre
(Jan 23, 2005 - May 22, 2005)

Concord, Massachusetts and New York City. Christmas 1863 - Spring 1867

Based on the play originally commissioned and produced by Theatreworks/USA
Book by Allan Knee; Music by Jason Howland; Lyrics by Mindi Dickstein; Musical Director: Andrew Wilder; Additional arrangements by Andrew Wilder; Music orchestrated by Kim Scharnberg; Vocal arrangements by Lance Horne; Originally conceived by Allan Knee, Kim Oler and Alison Hubbard; Based on the novel "Little Women" by Louisa May Alcott
Directed by Susan H. Schulman; Choreographed by Michael Lichtefeld; Associate Director: Darcy Evans; Associate Choreographer: Joe Bowerman
Scenic Design by Derek McLane; Costume Design by Catherine Zuber; Lighting Design by Kenneth Posner; Sound Design by Peter Hylenski; Hair and Wig Design by Lazaro Arencibia; Associate Scenic Design: Michael Todd Potter; Assistant Scenic Design: Shoko Kambara, Court Watson, Michael Auszura, Amy Gilbert and Amy Smith; Assistant Costume Design: David Newell, Michael Zecker and T. Michael Hall; Associate Lighting Design: Paul Miller; Associate Lighting Design/Programmer: Timothy F. Rogers; Assistant Lighting Design: Aaron Spivey and Chris Akins; Assistant Sound Design: Tony Smolenski IV
General Manager: Richards / Climan, Inc.; Company Manager: Amy Merlino; Assistant Co. Mgr: Janice Anderson
Technical Supervisor: Larry Morley and William J. Craven; Production Supervisor: Beverley Randolph; Stage Manager: Scott Taylor Rollison; Assistant Stage Mgr: Joe Bowerman
Conducted by Andrew Wilder; Associate Conductor: Robert Meffe; Piano: Robert Meffe; Reeds: Lawrence Feldman and Lynne Cohen; Trumpet: Tony Kadleck; Trombone: Mark Lusk; Horn: Russell Rizner; Percussion: James Saporito; Violin: Eric DeGioia and Karl Kawahara; Viola: Liuh-Wen Ting; Cello: Ted Mook; Bass: Richard Sarpola; Musical Coordinator: John Miller
Casting: Barry Moss and Bob Kale; Press Representative: The Pete Sanders Group and Pete Sanders; Marketing: The Marketing Group; Dance Captain: Joe Bowerman; Dialect Coach: Deborah Hecht; Advertising: The Eliran Murphy Group, Ltd.; Photographer: Joan Marcus; Production Assistant: Pamela Brusoski, Melanie T. Morgan and James Valletti; Logo Artwork: Frank Verlizzo; Press Associate: Glenna Freedman
The Hag
Operatic Tragedy
Aunt March
Mrs. Kirk
Operatic Tragedy
Professor Bhaer
The Troll
Operatic Tragedy
Rodrigo Too
Operatic Tragedy
Operatic Tragedy
Mr. Laurence
The Knight
Operatic Tragedy
Mr. Brooke
Operatic Tragedy
Standby: Julie Foldesi (Jo, Beth, Rodrigo Too, Meg, Clarissa), Chris Gunn (Mr. Brooke, Braxton, Laurie, Rodrigo), Anne Kanengeiser (Marmee, The Hag, Aunt March, Mrs. Kirk), Larissa Shukis (The Troll, Clarissa, Beth, Rodrigo Too, Meg, Amy) and Andrew Varela (Mr. Brooke, Braxton, Professor Bhaer, Mr. Laurence, The Knight)

Virginia Theatre (Jan 23, 2005 - May 22, 2005)

Standby: Jim Stanek (Mr. Brooke, Rodrigo, Laurie, Braxton)
music by Jason Howland; lyrics by Mindi Dickstein
Act 1
Sung By
An Operatic Tragedy
Jo, Clarissa, Braxton, Rodrigo and Professor Bhaer
Our Finest Dreams
Jo, Beth, Meg and Amy
Here Alone
Could You?
Aunt March and Jo
I'd Be Delighted
Marmee, Meg, Jo and Beth
Take a Chance on Me
Better (Reprise)
Off to Massachusetts
Beth and Mr. Laurence
Five Forever
Jo, Laurie, Beth, Meg and Amy
More Than I Am
John Brooke and Meg
Act 2
Sung By
The Weekly Volcano Press
Off to Massachusetts (Reprise)
Beth and Mr. Laurence
How I Am
Professor Bhaer
Some Things Are Meant to Be
Beth and Jo
The Most Amazing Thing
Laurie and Amy
Days of Plenty
The Fire Within Me
Small Umbrella in the Rain
Professor Bhaer and Jo

Tony Award®


Best Actress in a Musical

2005 Nominee
Sutton Foster

Drama Desk Award


Outstanding Actress in a Musical

2005 Nominee
Sutton Foster

Outstanding Featured Actress in a Musical

2005 Nominee
Maureen McGovern

Outstanding Orchestrations

2005 Nominee
Music orchestrated by Kim Scharnberg
Week Ending Gross % Gross Pot. Attendance % Capacity # Previews # Perf.
Statistics supplied are courtesy of The Broadway League.

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