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Please join us in this educational performance by Nan Colton, an interactive educational performer who will be portraying Louisa May Alcott (1832-1888), the famed author who wrote colorful, relatable characters in 19th century novels, will delight and inform. Alcott’s most famous work, "Little Women," introduced readers to educated strong female heroines. As a result, her writing style greatly impacted American literature.
Nan Colton is a playwright, director, storyteller, actress and arts educator who has performed and lectured professionally on stages throughout South Africa, Great Britain and the United States. Nan has been the Literary and Performing-Artist-in-Residence at the Museum of Fine Arts, St. Petersburg, for the past 24 years. She has researched, produced and performed over 43 vastly different original scripted presentations that explain the art and the exhibitions.
Cost is a $5 suggested donation to Watermark for Kids.