A world premiere multicultural transposition by Velina Hasu Houston inspired by the Louisa May Alcott novel.
In 1955, Josephine Mayeda and her sisters Meg, Amy, and Beth are emerging in the midst of the history of Japanese Americans who found a place for themselves in Los Angeles’ African American neighborhoods after WWII’s forced incarceration camps.
- Starring: Jeremiah Caleb, Jennifer Chang, Nina Harada, Karen Huie, Rif Hutton, Ken Ivy, Jacqueline Misaye, Ken Narasaki, Rosie Narasaki, Sharon Omi and Peter Pasco
- Producer: Joan Marie Hurwit
- Scenic and Projection Designer: Irene Choi
- Lighting Designer: Derek Jones
- Sound Designer: Matt Richter
- Costume Designer: Mylette Nora
- Casting Director: Raul Clayton Staggs
- Stage Manager: Flor San Roman
- Tickets: $25 online / $30 at the door