News About Little Women at Studio/Stage
The CW Network to Launch Its New Season in January 2021
May 14, 2020
The CW Network will officially launch its new season in January 2021 with its regularly scheduled series line-up, while loading up Fall 2020 with fresh original and acquired scripted series and alternative programming, it was announced today by Mark Pedowitz, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, The CW Network.
Marsha Mason, Brenda Meaney, and Lauren O'Leary to Lead Irish Rep's LITTLE GEM; Plus Gregory Harrington
June 25, 2019
Irish Repertory Theatre announces the full cast and creative team for Little Gem, written by Elaine Murphy (Shush) and directed by Marc Atkinson Borrull (Outlying Islands). Performances begin on July 17, 2019 on the Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage with an opening night set for July 25, for a limited run through September 1, 2019.
BWW Interview: Jessie Knowles Brings JESSIE'S MESSY MIND to Fringe
June 01, 2019
At a talkback after a show at her school, the presenter asked the audience if anyone had experienced a time when something they considered a flaw turned out to be an asset. Jessie Knowles raised her hand and boldly told the audience that her bipolar and schizophrenia actually heightened her creativity and spiritual insight. The room went silent and Jessie noticed that afterward people either treated her differently or avoided her altogether. She realized the lack of understanding people had about mental health…and that she could do something about it.
Irish Rep Announces LITTLE GEM and LOVE, NOËL in Summer Season
May 21, 2019
Irish Repertory Theatre announces two new productions for summer 2019. On the Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage will be Little Gem by Elaine Murphy (Shush) and directed by Marc Atkinson Borrull (Outlying Islands). Performances begin on July 17, 2019, with an opening night set for July 25, for a limited run through September 1, 2019.
Set in the tumultuous final years of the 1960s, this retelling of Louisa May Alcotts classic explores the very limits of sisterhood and family. Can the March sisters stay together when their father returns, wounded, from Vietnam? Will Jo choose love or a career as a writer? Will Beth ever again play the music she was born to make? This is Little Women as it has never been seen before: at a cross-roads in American history: vibrant, dangerous, and alive!