Pride and Prejudice: Jane Austen's Classic at Round House Theatre
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The last date listed for Pride & Prejudice was Saturday December 31, 2011 / 3:00pm.
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Reviews & Ratings
Featured review from Carolyn SutterfieldRed Velvet
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Fast-moving and funny, this production does a good job of hitting the high notes in Austen's novel, with all her best lines intact. Michael Brusasco is perhaps a bit more charming than one might expect from Mr. Darcy (haughty Colin Firth is a hard act to follow), but clever Kate Cook is pitch-perfect as Lizzie, and D.C. veterans Rick Foucheux and Catherine Flyte are hilarious as Mr. and Mrs. Bennet. We had excellent second-row seats, but all locations would be good in this intimate theater.
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It was a good performance...perfect for an Austen fan like me. Mrs. Bennett and Mr. Collins were hilarious. I was a little bothered by the comedy of Mr.Darcy because I love him serious and full of himself (the way Austen wrote it)...but I got...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“Robison’s smooth and stylish direction is perfectly in sync…Austen lovers will admire this adaptation’s faithfulness to the spirit of the original and its ability to maintain our emotional involvement.” – Salt Lake City Tribune
_Pride and Prejudice _
By Joseph Hanreddy and J. R. Sullivan
Adapted from the novel by Jane Austen
Directed by Blake Robison
Recommended for ages 11 and up.
About the Ticket Supplier: Round House Theatre
Round House Theatre produces literary adaptations and contemporary works for the stage, conducts community-based education programs, and provides a home to diverse artists and arts organizations. Their work is expansive: they make art to explore big ideas, broaden minds, move hearts, exercise imaginations, and—ultimately—to build community through the shared experience of live theatre.