Sat, Mar 19|
The Schoolhouse Theater
Louisa May Alcott
In honor of Women's History Month, see historical reenactor Linda Batlin perform as Louisa May Alcott, author of "Little Women," suffragette, and abolitionist. Alcott was part of an elite intellectual circle that shaped American philosophy and literature forever.
Time & Location
Mar 19, 2022, 1:00 PM – 2:30 PM MDT
The Schoolhouse Theater, 19650 Mainstreet, Parker, CO 80138, USA
About the event
Louisa May Alcott, best known for writing the children's novel "Little Women" in 1868, came from an unconventional Victorian family and led an independent and unusual life. She was not only a prolific writer of children's books but also of dark thrillers and serious adult novels. She served as a nurse in the Civil War and was active in the abolition movement as well as other social issues such as the women's suffrage movement. Among her friends and neighbors in Concord, MA were Henry David Thoreau and Ralph Waldo Emerson. All of these things, as well as her love and dedication to her family and her passion for writing, were factors that led her to write "Little Women" Come and meet Louisa May Alcott and learn more about this fascinating woman and her life.
Tickets are $10 for non-member adults; free for PAHS 2022 members (membership is $15/year for individuals and $20/year for couples and families). Children under 12 are also free with an accompanying adult.
Adult$10.00+$0.25 service fee
Children 12 & Under$0.00
PAHS 2022 Members$0.00