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    STEUBENVILLE - Little Women will open Friday on the stage at Lanman Hall Performing Arts Center at Catholic Central High School.
    The play is set to run Friday and Saturday evenings at 7:30 p.m. with a Sunday afternoon matinee scheduled for 2 p.m.
    Tickets are $3 for students and $5 for adults and can be purchased prior to the performance at the school.
    The play by Marian DeForest is based on the popular novel of the same name by Louisa M. Alcott is begins in the mid 1800s. It is the story of several young sisters in the March family. Suffering through the travails of home life during the Civil War as their father serves as a chaplain in the Army and their mother preserves their life as best she can.
    The cast of characters for this year’s fall performance by the Catholic Central Players includes several veterans and some newcomers to the stage.
    Mark Schreck takes on the role of Mr. March, the patriarch of the family. Away at war, only to fall ill and return home to his family and the growing pains confronting the young women.
    His wife, Mrs. March is portrayed by Katie Hermann, a veteran of theater performances at Catholic Central.
    Margaret Schreck takes on the role of Aunt March, the domineering older relative living with the March family and always making her feelings known on any subject.

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