Three seasons ago, Kate Hamill’s adaptation of Pride and Prejudice was a major hit for The Warehouse Theatre and now fans of Jane Austen (and fun shows) will get to explore the world of the Dashwood sisters up close in Sense and Sensibility.
Following in the footsteps of Pride, the show features a cast of ten performers mixing and matching characters, wardrobe, and laughs as the Dashwoods try to forge their way in a world without their father.
Called an “unconditional delight” and “invigorating” by the press, Sense and Sensibility examines our reactions to society’s pressures in a playful, rowdy way. It is intended for both people who adore Austen’s work and also for people who simply want to have a humor-filled, enjoyable night at the theatre with a clever, inventive script of a classic story.
The cast features familiar Warehouse faces in Aaron Ballard (As You Like It), Aaron Brakefield (Pride and Prejudice), Matt Reece (The Crucible), Claire Richardson (Boeing Boeing), and Clare Ruble (Pride and Prejudice) along with Warehouse main stage debuts from Katherine Cannon, Elizabeth Colson, Guillermo Jemmott, Brittany Pirozzoli, and Christina Rose Yasi. Kerrie Seymour (The Thanksgiving Play, The Glass Menagerie) is back in the director’s chair.
Working with the Actors’ Equity Association as a fully vaccinated company, masks and vaccine cards (or a negative Covid-19 test) will be required for entry. More information can be found on The Warehouse Theatre’s website.
Blue Star Theatre discounts for veterans and active military apply throughout the run. The heartwarming comedy runs from November 19 – December 19, 2021.
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