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310 Star Starred
Segerstrom Stage, South Coast Repertory
655 Town Center Drive Costa Mesa, CA 92626
714-708-5555
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1 review
1 stars
closest parking is just off anton blvd on the east side of the Westin Hotel $10 for the night. There are small tables just outside the theatre so you could take your own sandwiches or fast food and snack there rather than worry about how quickly you can get out of a restaurant...
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4 reviews
4 stars
The weather was cool. I wore a dress and a blazer with flats.
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"Pride and Prejudice"
44 ratings
4.4 average rating
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71 events
10 reviews
23 stars
attended Sep 13 2011

I'm a huge fan of the book and the BBC adaptation of Pride and Prejudice, so I had to go see this. I found it to be delightful. The actors were great, and protrayed the characters wonderfully. I would highly recommend this to anyone!

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26 reviews
43 stars
attended Sep 13 2011

My husband and I are HUGE Austen fans so we can have a love/hate relationship with how the material is presented, and we loved this production. The casting was wonderful and all actors were very good, but stealing the show were the performances...continued

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126 reviews
28 stars
attended Sep 15 2011

An excellent, first rate, production. The cast could not have been better.

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Description

One of the most popular novels in English literature comes to the stage in a lavish production centered on a bustling, enthusiastic—and discombobulated—family.  They’re the Bennets—the terribly silly but determined Mrs. Bennet, her bemused but doting husband and their five daughters, all of marriageable age.  So imagine the stir when a wealthy young man and his handsome friend turn up in the neighborhood.  The daughters are agog, with one exception.  The beautiful (and independent) Elizabeth has no interest in the handsome (and enigmatic) Mr. Darcy, who is equally aloof.  And that’s what captures our imagination as we hope for love to triumph.  It’s so much fun!