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meg jo beth amy & louisa NYC Reviews and Tickets

74%
(6 Reviews)
Positive
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Mixed
33%
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Funny, Entertaining, Ambitious, Clever, Disappointing

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Part adaptation, part biography, TIER5's new work sees the lines between fact and fiction begin to blur for Louisa May Alcott, as her novel, "Little Women," is played out upon the stage.

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Ambitious

See it if A for effort, some excellent performances, but does this play really need to exist? It's basically just highlights from LW w/some gags.

Don't see it if You want any insight into Alcott. There was hardly anything learned about Louisa except that she was probably gay and hated writing pablum. Read more

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Disappointing, Entertaining, Has potential

See it if You are comfortable with works that are in process, uneven & very low production value

Don't see it if You want something polished or are expecting something revealing or fresh about Alcott's life Read more

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