WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
A literary classic comes to dazzling life on stage at Northwestern University
Lively and bright Elizabeth Bennet encounters interfering parents, squabbling sisters, snobbish aristocrats and her own mistaken prejudices on her way to the alarming realization that she is in love with a man whom she professes to despise and who finds her barely tolerable. Or does he? Directed by Jeff-nominated Northwestern University faculty member Jessica Thebus and adapted by Joseph Hanreddy and J.R. Sullivan, Jane Austen's classic novel of attraction, vanity, manners and marriage sparkles with dancing, romance, wit and the "inconsistency of all human characters."