Sense and Sensibility is a new adaptation of Jane Austen’s novel and has been called the “greatest stage adaptation of this novel in history”. The story follows the sisters Dashwood – Elinor and Marianne – after they lose their whole fortune. Sense and Sensibility is an ingenious story about the power of reputation, social standings and following your heart.
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Show InformationPreview: Jan 24, 2016 Opening: Feb 4, 2016 Closed: Mar 6, 2016
CASTKate Hamill Marianne Dashwood Fanny Dashwood / Lucy Steele Laura Baranik Margaret Dashwood Jessica Frey Colonel Brandon Edmund Lewis Elinor Dashwood Andrus Nichols Edward Ferrars / Robert Ferrars Jason O’Connell John Willoughby / John Dashwood John Russell Mrs. Dashwood / Anne Steele Samantha Steinmetz Sir John Middleton Stephan Wolfert Mrs. Jennings Gabra Zackman
CREATIVE STAFFWritten by Jane Austen Adapted by Kate Hamill Director Eric Tucker Scenic Design by John McDermott Lighting Design by Les Dickert Costume Design by Angela Huff Choreography by Alexandra Beller
A comedy of manners from the 18th century, Sense and Sensibility is a romantic drama about the sisters Dashwood. Marianne and Elinor are forced to move to the country with their mother and sister after having lost their whole fortune when their father passes. Falling in love, heartbreak, good manners, and difficult choices are all central themes in this spectacular adaptation of Austen's famous novel.
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