After a very successful run at the Kulturhaus in Mersch, the final performances of our 2014 production were at the Abbaye de Neumünster, Luxembourg from Tuesday 25 November to Saturday 29 November at 20.00.
Many thanks to Fotini Kaparelou for the slide show of photos taken at the première available here
and to Dirk Westermann for these photographs of the performance at Mersch on Sunday 5 October:
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Written in 1868 by Louisa M. Alcott, this classic story of four sisters growing up in New England was an immediate hit and has remained a firm favourite with children and adults alike.
Beginning in the American civil war, we are told the story of the March sisters – lady-like Meg, shy, kindly Beth and precocious Amy – through the eyes of their fiercely independent sister Jo. From the pangs of poverty caused by a war-time childhood we follow the girls through the years to the joys and sorrows, loves and losses of adulthood. One by one we see these markedly different personalities make their own way in the world, but remain rooted together by a bond of sisterly love.
Performed by a company of Luxembourg-based actors of all ages, this new fast-flowing adaptation by June Lowery captures the energy, laughter and tears of this much-loved story.
Performers: Cindy Bloes, Martin Campion, Hayley Dawson, Rasmus Eriksson, Ruth Gillen, Elena de Kort, Jacqueline Milne, Gina Millington, among others
Director: Tony Kingston
Design: Karl Pierce
Costumes: Deborah Cocking
Producer: June Lowery