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Pride & Prejudice

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About

Pride & Prejudice

By Kate Hamill, based on the novel by Jane Austen

Shake off the mothballs, this isn’t your grandmother’s Jane Austen. In a world of ball gowns and palatial estates, Mrs. Bennett schemes to find suitable husbands for her daughters, but Elizabeth isn’t so sure – at least not when it comes to the impossible Mr. Darcy. Dance into a world of mixed-up lovers in this irreverent adaptation of the classic romance.

From the Artistic Director
I’m going to make a confession: I’ve never been a big Jane Austen fan. I like my British novels more Bronte style—but this Pride and Prejudice is brought to the stage by the incomparable Kate Hamill. She manages to not only remain faithful to the story of the novel, but to make an archaic, unpredictable, and brilliantly funny piece of theater out of the novel. Austen fan or not, you’re going to fall in love with the Bennett family and the crazy things they’ll do in the name of marriage.