New York City
With Mr. March away fighting in the Civil War, Mrs. March and her four daughters are left to run the house on their own. Little Women depicts a household of independent and outspoken females. Through the strength, encouragement and loving ways of their mother, sisters Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy embrace life. During sorrowful moments and joyful times, they follow their hearts to courageously live outside of society’s norms and the expectations placed upon women during the nineteenth century.