A. G. BAINBRIDGE, Manager
WEEK COM. MON., MAR. ll.jm^
MATS. WED. THUR. FRI. & SAT.
SPECIAL SCHOOL CHILDREN'S MAT. SAT.
WILLIAM A. BRADY
Louisa M. Alcott's Famous Story,
Stage Version by Marian de Forest,
by arrangement with Jessie Bonstelle
CHARACTERS IN THE PLAY:
Mr, March Lynn Hammond
Mrs. March Gertrude Berkely
Meg .^. Alice Brady
Jo Marie Pavey
Beth Gladys Hulette
Amy Ly Edith Speare
Aunt March Bessie Lea Lestina
Mr. Ifetirence Frederick Bock
urie Bertram Harrison
rofessor Bhaer Carl Sauermann
John Brooke : Henry Hall
Hannah Mullett Julia Varney
ACT I—Sitting room of the March home in
Concord, Mass. December, 1863.
"It was a comfortable old place, though the
carpet was faded and the furniture very plain,
for a good picture or two hung on the walls,
books filled the recesses, chrysanthemums and
Christmas roses blossomed in the windows, and
a pleasant atmosphere of home pervaded it."
ACT II—Scene 1—The same, three months
later. Morning, March 1864.
(The curtain will be lowered for a few moments to denote a lapse of time.)
Scene 2—The same, six months later. Late
afternoon, September, 1864.
ACT III—The same, two and one-half years
later. Afternoon, April, 1867.
ACT IV—The apple orchard, Plumfield,
eighteen months later. Afternoon, September,
The play staged by Jessie Bonstelle and
Scenery built by Burt Tucman. Painted by
H. Robert Law.
Costumes by Mme. Ripley and The Eaves
Costume Co., New York.
(See Other Side.)