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Little Women: A Modern Audio Drama

“Little Women: A Modern Audio Drama” is written by Shannon Campe, based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott. It's co-produced by Shannon Campe and Sammi Campbell. Edited by Bex Carlos & Directed by: Julia Rohed-Worthington, and features music by Suri Music and album artwork by Karen Mooney. Find us online at www.littlewomenpodcast.com.

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Warning: This podcast is a series podcast

This means episodes are recommended to be heard in order from the very start. Here's the 10 best episodes of the series anyway though!

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S1E14 - Episode Fourteen: The Professor

Jo gets to know her new housemate, while Mr. Lawrence tries to find a way to help Laurie over his heartbreak. This episode features the voices of Shannon Campe (Jo March), Phil Gonzales (Mr. Lawrence), Kwame Phillips (Frank Bhaer), Zach Powers (Theodore Lawrence), and Allyce Caryn Torres (Meg March), with special friends of the show as Jo’s charges. “Little Women: A Modern Audio Drama” is written by Shannon Campe, based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott. Co-producers: Shannon Campe and Sammi Cambell. Editor: Bex Carlos. Director: Julia Rohed-Worthington. Theme Music: Suri Music. Album Artwork: Karen Mooney.

16mins

20 Feb 2020

Rank #1

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S1E11 - Episode Eleven: The Companion

Exciting news for Amy spells disaster for Jo as the girls try to make sense of their new lives, one year after Captain March’s return home. This episode features the voices of Shannon Campe (Jo March), Kiely Fong (Amy March), Camille Michelotti (Beth March), Zach Powers (Theodore Lawrence), and Amanda Winston (Marmee.) “Little Women: A Modern Audio Drama” is written by Shannon Campe, based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott. Co-producers: Shannon Campe and Sammi Cambell. Editor: Bex Carlos: Director: Julia Rohed-Worthington. Theme Music: Suri Music. Album Artwork: Karen Mooney.

21mins

20 Jan 2020

Rank #2

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S1E10 - Episode Ten: The Reunion

Grandfather Lawrence brings the girls an early Christmas present, and Meg stands up to a bully, in our Act One finale! This episode features the voices of Shannon Campe (Jo March), Kiely Fong (Amy March), Phil Gonzales (Grandfather Lawrence), John McCoy (Captain March), Camille Michelotti (Beth March), Zach Powers (Theodore Lawrence), Allyce Caryn Torres (Meg March), Amanda Winston (Marmee), and Clint Worthington (John Brook), and features special guest Lauren Faits (of the She-Ra: Progressive of Power podcast) as Aunt March.

26mins

23 Dec 2019

Rank #3

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S1E15 - Episode Fifteen: The Artist

Laurie and Amy cross paths in Paris, while Jo grapples with writing feedback from Frank. This episode features the voices of Shannon Campe (Jo March), Kiely Fong (Amy March), Kwame Phillips (Frank Bhaer), Zach Powers (Theodore Lawrence), and Amanda Winston (Marmee), with special friends of the show as Jo’s charges. “Little Women: A Modern Audio Drama” is written by Shannon Campe, based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott. Co-producers: Shannon Campe and Sammi Cambell. Editor: Bex Carlos. Director: Julia Rohed-Worthington. Theme Music: Suri Music. Album Artwork: Karen Mooney.

16mins

27 Feb 2020

Rank #4

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S1E16 - Episode Sixteen: The Goodbye

The tide turns for Beth. This episode features the voices of Shannon Campe (Jo March), John McCoy (Captain March), and Camille Michelotti (Beth March.) Parental Advisory: This is the Sad Episode. “Little Women: A Modern Audio Drama” is written by Shannon Campe, based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott. Co-producers: Shannon Campe and Sammi Cambell. Editor: Bex Carlos. Director: Julia Rohed-Worthington. Theme Music: Suri Music. Album Artwork: Karen Mooney.

16mins

5 Mar 2020

Rank #5

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S1E13 - Episode Thirteen: The Confession

Jo prepares to leave for New York City— but not without one last heart-to-heart with her best friend, Laurie. This episode features the voices of Shannon Campe (Jo March), Camille Michelotti (Beth March), Zach Powers (Theodore Laurence), and Amanda Winston (Marmee.) “Little Women: A Modern Audio Drama” is written by Shannon Campe, based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott. Co-producers: Shannon Campe and Sammi Cambell. Editor: Bex Carlos. Director: Julia Rohed-Worthington. Theme Music: Suri Music. Album Artwork: Karen Mooney.

13mins

10 Feb 2020

Rank #6

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S1E9 - Episode Nine: The Hospital Stay

Meg and Jo are forced to make difficult choices as they struggle to care for a direly ill Beth without Marmee, while Amy endures a stay at Aunt March’s. This episode features the voices of Shannon Campe (Jo March), Kiely Fong (Amy March), Camille Michelotti (Beth March), Zach Powers (Theodore Lawrence), Allyce Caryn Torres (Meg March), and Amanda Winston (Marmee)— plus a sneaky little cameo from our lovely director, Julia Rohed-Worthington. “Little Women: A Modern Audio Drama” is written by Shannon Campe, based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott. Co-producers: Shannon Campe and Sammi Cambell. Editor: Bex Carlos: Director: Julia Rohed-Worthington. Theme Music: Suri Music. Album Artwork: Karen Mooney.

14mins

23 Dec 2019

Rank #7

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S1E8 - Episode Eight: The Haircut

Tension run high and tempers flare as the girls scramble to get Marmee ready to visit Dad in the hospital. This episode features the voices of Shannon Campe (Jo March), Kiely Fong (Amy March), Camille Michelotti (Beth March), Zach Powers (Theodore Lawrence), Allyce Caryn Torres (Meg March), Amanda Winston (Marmee), and Clint Worthington (John Brook.) “Little Women: A Modern Audio Drama” is written by Shannon Campe, based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott. Co-producers: Shannon Campe and Sammi Cambell. Editor: Bex Carlos: Director: Julia Rohed-Worthington. Theme Music: Suri Music. Album Artwork: Karen Mooney.

20mins

16 Dec 2019

Rank #8

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S1E5 - Episode Five: The Pickwick Papers

After a meeting about the family newspaper, a surprise present from Laurie leads to Meg growing closer to John Brooke—and Jo and Amy’s worst fight ever. This episode features the voices of Shannon Campe (Jo March), Kiely Fong (Amy March), Camille Michelotti (Beth March), Zach Powers (Theodore Lawrence), Allyce Caryn Torres (Meg March), and Clint Worthington (John Brooke.) "Little Women: A Modern Audio Drama" is co-produced by Sammi Campbell and Shannon Campe. Written by Shannon Campe, based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott. Directed by Julia Rohed-Worthington, edited Bex Carlos. Album artwork by Karen Mooney, and theme music by Suri Music. Find us online at www.littlewomenpodcast.com.

16mins

18 Nov 2019

Rank #9

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S1E6 - Episode Six: The Frozen Pond

In our action-packed return to regular episodes, Beth braves her fears, Meg hears a secret, and Jo’s falling out with Amy has terrible consequences. This episode features the voices of Shannon Campe (Jo March), Kiely Fong (Amy March), Phil Gonzales (Grandfather Lawrence), Camille Michelotti (Beth March), Zach Powers (Theodore Lawrence), Allyce Caryn Torres (Meg March), Amanda Winston (Marmee), and Clint Worthington (John Brook.) “Little Women: A Modern Audio Drama” is written by Shannon Campe, based on the novel by Louisa May Alcott. Co-producers: Shannon Campe and Sammi Cambell. Editor: Bex Carlos: Director: Julia Rohed-Worthington. Theme Music: Suri Music. Album Artwork: Karen Mooney.

20mins

5 Dec 2019

Rank #10