In the opening scene, Fritz Bhaer (Aidan Gray) and Jo March (Jordan Hayakawa) converse over playwrights.
Jo's sisters are introduced: Meg (Mckella van Boxtel), Beth (Savannah McCoy), and Amy (Lily Linaweaver).
The March sisters' mother, Marmee, (Samantha Sheridan) reads a letter from the girls' father, who is away fighting in the Civil War.
Couples dance throughout the night at the ball.
Laurie (Gabe Garcia) tries to persuade Jo, his neighbor, to dance with him.
Laurie and Jo share an oath in a impractical manner.
Laurie once again tries to persuade Jo, but this time he is trying to marry her.
John Brooke (Kieran McMillian), Laurie's tutor, shares a special moment with Meg.
Jo closes the show with a performance of "Astonishing."
The setting of the first scene brings an orange glow that embraces the whole room.
By Caden Neel,
Senior Jordan Hayakawa starred as tomboy Jo March in the Davis High drama department’s fall musical, a rendition of Louisa May Alcott’s 1869 novel, “Little Women.” The department’s last performance of the musical was Nov. 10.