How Bedlam Theater Company Gave Jane Austen's Sense & Sensibility Wings

By giving it wheels.

Bedlam Theater Company's adaptation of Jane Austen's Sense & Sensibility is an off-Broadway hit. Having first played for a successful short run in the fall of 2014, the production returned to New York this January and has played continuously at the Gym at Judson ever since. During a recent interview with TheaterMania, director Eric Tucker and his cast considered what has made their uniquely zany (and mobile) take on Jane Austen's classic such a crowd pleaser.

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