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Little Women the Musical is an absolute delight

Forget quiet female domesticity, this is a subtle revolution.

Most top-ten lists of queer feminist authors don’t mention Louisa May Alcott, and Little Women is better remembered as a quaint account of feminine domesticity than the subtle revolution that it is: the story of sisters in a wartime household headed by their mother that includes but does not focus on their relationships with men. At the center of the narrative is Jo—an impassioned author of hilariously melodramatic thrillers who won’t bow to fashion or tradition as she drives and then chronicles the escapades of the March girls.…

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