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Bowie Playhouse
Whitemarsh Park 16500 White Marsh Park Drive Bowie, MD 20715
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21 reviews
43 stars
Located in a very nice park. Bring comfortable shoes and leave time to walk around to enjoy the wooded park.
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35 events
21 reviews
43 stars
No restaurants in the near vicinity
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"Pride and Prejudice"
36 ratings
4.5 average rating
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14 reviews
13 stars
attended Apr 20 2013

this theatre company is simply outstanding! i am so grateful that they are here in annapolis. i will attend any performance i can. it doesn't make a difference what it will, i know it will be outstanding in every way....acting, direction, set...continued

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9 reviews
2 stars
attended Apr 11 2013

Very good performance. Enjoyed it.

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8 reviews
4 stars
attended Apr 20 2013

Annapolis Shakespeare's production of Pride and Predjudice was excellent -- very professional. Caitlin McWethy really became Elizabeth Bennett for the night. All of the players were good. My neighbor knows Jim Reiter, who played Mr. Bennett with...continued

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Quotes & Highlights

“Rarely does a literary classic transfer from page to stage as eloquently as Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice does in the current production by the Annapolis Shakespeare Company at Bowie Playhouse. Everything works beautifully, beginning with Jon Jory’s engaging stage adaptation, which is faithful to Austen’s prose and yet holds its relevance to contemporary audiences. Sally Boyett-D’Angelo’s smart direction of the dream cast she has assembled creates exciting theater, where every actor fully delivers.” —Baltimore Sun
“A stunning gem of theatrical brilliance, this perfectly-paced production delights its way into the audience’s heart while animating many a moment of sheer splendor from a very classy time gone by.” —DC Metro Theatre Arts