See it if you’d like to revisit some of the high points of the novel “Little Women” in an effectively environmental setting.
Don't see it if you’ve had enough “Little Women” for the moment.
See it if you love the book or have never read it. This delightful dramatization engaged an audience of adults and children. Nice sing-a-long carols.
Don't see it if your willing suspension of disbelief cannot stretch to the many offstage characters. Only Marmie and her four daughters appear on stage.
"Hedgepig Ensemble's holiday-themed adaptation of 'Little Women' infuses Alcott's tale with seasonal spirit and ample heart…True to the company's mission, this version highlights the story's themes of gender equity and social awareness, revealing continued relevance to modern viewers."