Jane Austen’s classic novel springs brilliantly to life – filled with class, sass, snootiness, vexing and hopeful courtships, as well as the fun and fury of relationships. In this vibrant, powerful new stage adaptation by Felicia Pfluger, Pride and Prejudice gives a comedic plunge into Jane Austen’s masterpiece, Elizabeth Bennet is an independent woman ahead of her time with a quick mind and quicker wit. Yet with her overzealous, matchmaking Mother, her glib father, four animated sisters, and a string of unsuitable suitors, it’s difficult to escape the subject of marriage.
Enter Mr. Darcy, handsome, arrogant, and infuriating. Darcy’s pride and Elizabeth’s prejudice clash, as and sparks fly in the most famous literary courtship in history unfolds before your eyes. Come see the original rom-com in a new adaptation for a new generation, created by Chicago Playwright, Felicia Pfluger!
$5 Students/Seniors/Military/First Responders
7 pm, Friday, May 10th
2 and 7 pm Saturday, May 11th
Plymouth Place Auditorium
315 N La Grange Road, La Grange Park
2 Hour Run Time including 10 Minute Intermission
Educational Materials Available Upon Request
Discount Presale Tickets will be available at Tate’s Ice Cream, La Grange
Following each show, join the playwright, director, cast and Chicago experts in an animated Post Show Panel Discussion/Actor Talk Back “Jane Austen to Present”. Explore romance, courtship, gender roles from then to now!