See an Immersive Holiday Production of ‘Little Women’ in Oklahoma City
Immerse yourself in Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Women' in Oklahoma City this holiday season!
Everyone has their favorite Christmas movie, like "Home Alone," "White Christmas" or "The Holiday." But some people have to argue that their favorite Christmas movie is actually a Christmas movie, like "Die Hard" and "Batman Returns." But one of those movies that also strikes up that particular holiday argument is "Little Women."
Although "Little Women" follows the lives of the March girls, Christmas plays a pivotal roll in the girls' lives in the film. According to Film Magazine, "'Little Women' is the ultimate Christmas movie."
So if "Little Women" is one of your favorite Christmas movies, then you're in luck! Harn Homestead in Oklahoma City will host an immersive holiday production of Louisa May Alcott's "Little Women."
Here's what the Oklahoma City Museum of Art has to say about the production as it's offering discounted tickets to museum members for the production.
The quintessential coming-of-age story for generations, Little Women follows the four March sisters as they grow up amid the backdrop of the Civil War. Produced in special partnership with The Harn Homestead, this holiday production of Little Women is like none you have ever seen! Utilizing the physical locations on the homestead, travel throughout the property with Marmee March as she, and a cast of beloved characters, share their joy, struggle, love, and loss with you in this close and immersive classic Christmastime production.
When will the immersive holiday experience of 'Little Women' take place?
Oklahomans can see Harn Homestead and Storyteller Theatre Arts Co.'s immersive holiday experience of "Little Women" Nov. 29 through Dec. 9 at Harn Homestead in Oklahoma City. Matinee and evening performances are available. For times and tickets, visit Harn Homestead's website.
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