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Hudson High Drama Society to present Little Women

Hudson – The Hudson High School Drama Society will bring to life Little Women, the play based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott, Dec. 18-20 at the school’s Intel Mini-Theatre.

Headlining the case will be is Laina Herbst as Jo March, Emma Craig as Meg, Sammii McNamara as Beth and newcomer Allison Eadie as Amy March.

Taylor Bowen plays the March girls’ kind-hearted Marmee, with Dallas Winters playing Father March, and Laura Fagan taking on the role of their housemaid and confidant, Hannah. Vivian Lemus and Jenn Hureau play the poor Hummel family, who are helped by the Marches.

Ryan MacDonald, who starred in last year’s Fools, takes on the role of Laurie, the boy next door, while Joe Collins (Otto Frank in The Diary of Anne Frank), plays Laurie’s tutor, Mr. Brooke, while Keith Caram (Puck in A Midsummer Night’s Dream) plays Old Mr. Laurence. Allison Mannion (Mrs. Webb in Our Town) returns to the stage as the overbearing Aunt March.

Little Women chronicles the lives of the March girls during the Civil War.

Little Women is directed by Emily C. A. Snyder and produced by Kathleen McKenzie. Performances are Friday and Saturday, December 18 and 19 at 7 p.m., with a Sunday matinee on December 20 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $7 and may be bought early or at the door.

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