Little Women (Oberon Modern Plays) (Paperback)
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Romantic Meg. Shy Beth. Wilful Amy. And, of course, passionate and fiery Jo. Little Women tells the story of the March sisters growing up in genteel poverty against the backdrop of the American Civil War. This timeless tale of four sisters' adventures has enchanted millions of readers, and is now available in this acclaimed adaptation for the stage.
About the Author
Emma Reeves writes for stage, radio and television. Stage adaptations include Carrie's War (Lilian Baylis, Apollo Theatre WE, national tour); Anne of Green Gables (Lilian Baylis), Little Women (Lilian Baylis and Duchess Theatre, West End) and Cool Hand Luke (Aldwych Theatre 2011). Short plays and podcasts include The Psycho's Tale for Dirty Protest and Reunion for the Sherman. Original radio plays include Leaving This Land, On The Cusp and Clinging to Lord Nelson (all Radio 4); Stoppage Time (with Amit Sharma, Radio 3) and Something for Nothing (BBC Radio Wales). Emma has also written several episodes of Belonging Still for Radio Wales. TV work includes Belonging, Doctors, The Story of Tracy Beaker, Tracy Beaker Returns, Dead Gorgeous, Sadie J, My Almost Famous Family, Spirit Warriors, Half Moon Investigations, Young Dracula, Chuggington, and The Murder of Princess Diana.