Sarah Davenport, Allie Jennings, Lucas Grabeel, Ian Bohen, and Lea Thompson starred in the film.
Set in the early 2000s, four siblings grow up together. Jo is an aspiring writer, travels to New York and who eventually marries her professor, Freddy Bhaer. Beth plays the piano has a battle against cancer throughout the movie and eventually dies of leukemia. Amy becomes an internationally-renowned painter and marries Laurie Laurence. Meg, who struggled with wanting to be happily married versus being able to help with her families finances, marries Laurie's former tutor and has twins.
Sarah Davenport as Jo March
- Aimee Lynne Johnson as Young Jo
Allie Jennings as Beth March
- Reese Oliveira as Young Beth
Melanie Stone as Meg March
Taylor Murphy as Amy March
- Elise Jones as Young Amy
Lucas Grabeel as Theodore "Laurie" Laurence
Stuart Edge as John Brooke
Ian Bohen as Frederick "Freddy" Bhaer
Lea Thompson as Marmee March
Bart Johnson as Papa March
Adam Johnson as Duke Senior
Michael Flynn as Mr. Laurence
Barta Heiner as Aunt March
The film was released in the United States on September 28, 2018.
The film was released on DVD on December 18, 2018.