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Little Women
PREMIERE3/13/1998
COMPOSERMark Adamo   
LIBRETTISTMark Adamo   
 
Synopsis

Little Women (1998) is the first opera written by American composer Mark Adamo to his own libretto after Louisa May Alcott's 1868-69 tale of growing up in New England after the American Civil War, Little Women. The opera also includes text by John Bunyan (Beth's setting of The Pilgrim's Progress), Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (Dr. Bhaer sings "Kennst du das Land"), and Alcott herself (an excerpt of one of her thrillers at the beginning of Act II, which is spoken and mostly omitted on the audio recording).

MOST PRODUCED SINCE 2000
RANKTITLEPRODUCTIONS
66Little Women28
66Little Women28
66Rusalka28
66The Medium28
70Elektra27
70Manon Lescaut27
This work ranks as the #11 most produced North American title since 2000.

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