Inspired by the novel Little Women by Louisa May Alcott, Velina Hasu Houston’s play Little Women is a Multicultural Transposition.
A brand new play about one daughter's fractured memory of her troubled mother, as seen through three different perspectives.
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"... a fun and flighty supernatural play... it takes on difficult moral themes, and presents the audience with truly relatable moments."
"... deft and harrowing staging is further buoyed by exceptional design elements and a youthfully fervent cast."
"... testifies to the power of diversity, as artists from many parts of the human family have shared in the process since its inception."
"Their pain is so transcendent, pushing beyond wearisome traditional boundaries of race and gender, they redefine the meaning of diversity."
"This is Alfaro’s play, Alfaro’s claim on the classic, and yet another of his claims on the topography of California."
"... the acting was so incredible that one could easily feel as if they were intruding on the cast member's personal, intimate moments."
"Anger and hurt give way to compassion in this autobiographical tale."
"The story navigates the dynamics of several intimate relationships affected by ingrained racism, misogyny, sexual orientation, gender identity and power."