LITTLE WOMEN SNEAK PREVIEW SCREENINGS

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MASTERPIECE: Little Women

Little Women Sneak Preview Screenings

SDPB invites the public to ring in Mother's Day with screenings of Masterpiece: Little Women, in Sioux Falls, Rapid City and Vermillion.

The screenings in Rapid City and Sioux Falls include tea and refreshments and will feature the first hour (of three) of the latest production of the popular novel, Little Women, by Louisa May Alcott.

Rapid City – Thursday, May 10, 7pm at SDPB Black Hills Studios, 415 Main Street, Rapid City.

Sioux Falls – Thursday, May 10, 7pm at SDPB Sioux Falls Studios, 601 N. Phillips Ave, Sioux Falls.

The screening in Vermillion is a Mother's Day matinee.

Vermillion – Sunday, May 13, 1pm, at the Coyote Twin Theater and First National Bank Coyote Gallery, 4 West Main Street, Vermillion.

1pm –             Tea, lemonade, cookies  Little Women photo booth

1:30pm –       Music from the musical Little Women, performed by USD musical theater student Alyssa Collett. Chris Larson, accompanist.

2pm – 3pm    Preview screening of Masterpiece: Little Women

Alyssa Collettt as Jo March USD.CREDIT R. Genna.jpgAlyssa Collett as Jo March, USD.R. Genna

About Masterpiece: Little WomenA co-production of the BBC, Playground and Masterpiece for PBS, the three-part mini-series premieres Sunday, May 13 on SDPB. Heading the cast are Academy Award® nominee Emily Watson (The Theory of Everything, Hilary and Jackie) as Marmee, the devoted mother of the four adolescent March girls; Michael Gambon (Churchill's Secret, Page Eight) as Mr. Laurence; and Academy Award® winner Angela Lansbury (Murder, She Wrote, The Manchurian Candidate) as Aunt March.

little women pbs.jpgMASTERPIECE: Little WomenPBS The March sisters feature newcomer Maya Hawke as the willful and adventurous Jo; Willa Fitzgerald (Scream: The TV Series) as Meg; Annes Elwy (King Arthur: Excalibur Rising) as the shy sister Beth; and Kathryn Newton (Big Little Lies) as Amy, the youngest. Also appearing are Jonah Hauer-King (Howards End) as Laurie, the loveable boy next door; Dylan Baker (The Good Wife) as Mr. March, a chaplain with the Union Army; Julian Morris (Mark Felt) as John Brooke, Laurie’s cultured tutor; and Mark Stanley (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) as the charming Professor Bhaer.

 

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