Sense and Sensibility: New Stage Adaptation of Jane Austen Novel
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The last date listed for Sense and Sensibility was Sunday September 25, 2011 / 2:00pm.
Currently at Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts - Main Stage
- Full Price:
- $25.00 - $74.00
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- $24.00 - $46.00
Pulitzer winner Donald Margulies (Dinner With Friends) channels Chekhov in his latest masterpiece… More
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Great show, excellent acting. Really captured the characters well. Mrs Jennings was a delight to watch, she had so much fun with her role. Marianne had a lovely voice and conveyed her "sensibility" on her sleeve. Eleanor was appropriately sensible...continued
Quotes & Highlights
“In Robert Kelley’s well-cast and finely paced production, the developing bond between the sisters becomes the emotional heart of the story.” —_San Francisco Chronicle _ _ _
Fortune lost to fate, romance lost to folly, two charming sisters sail the unpredictable seas of courtship in this captivating, intimate adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic novel. Sensible, reserved Elinor and passionate, impulsive Marianne find the course of true love beset with scandalous secrets, shocking betrayals, dashing suitors, and devious rivals, all brought to glorious life in a delicious, period-perfect tribute to everything Austen.
About the Ticket Supplier: TheatreWorks
Innovative, fun, and always entertaining, TheatreWorks’ high-energy brand of performance will captivate you! With a national reputation for artistic innovation and integrity, TheatreWorks was named Best Repertory Theatre in the Bay Area by prestigious San Francisco magazine. The company offers a year-round season of musicals, comedies and dramas staged in the state-of-the-art Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts and in the graceful, California Mission-style Lucie Stern Theatre complex in Palo Alto.
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