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Photos by Dianna Lewis Photography

The Jane Austen Classic

PRIDE AND PREJUDICE

Adapted by Tom Wood 

November 9 & 10, 13 – 17, 2018 @ 7:30 PM
Matinees: November 10 & 17 @ 2:00 PM

Abbotsford Arts Centre, 2329 Crescent Way, Abbotsford.


With her daughters reaching marriageable age and the family finances running dangerously thin, Mrs. Bennet endeavours to find the perfect match for each of her girls. But her plans are stymied when Elizabeth, upon hearing not-so-kind comments from the surly and morose Mr. Darcy, develops a hostility towards the man. Can the two overcome their personal pride and the prejudice they feel towards each other and discover true love? This lavish production is a faithful adaptation of the Austen favourite filled with comedy, wit and charm.

" ... romantic complications and a rich array of subsidiary characters make the play such a delight" - The Edmonton Sun
 
 

CAST

Shannon Tauber | Sophie Heinrichs | Meghan Franklin | Keira Meredith | Dylan Schroeder | Meghan Hanet | Karis Duncalfe | Adriel Brandt | Brady Moore | Matt Veenbaas | Todd Klassen | Angel Duron-Heon | Kenzie Hall | Matthew Taekema | Shelley Picard | Lawrence Locke | Evan Rau

ARTISTIC TEAM

Directed by NICOLA PRIGGE | Choreographed by SAMARA JUDD | Set Design by JEFF KIERS | Costume Design by DANI DEJONG | Lighting Design by KEN HILDEBRANDT | Sound Design by RYAN SCRAMSTAD | Make-up & Hair Design by DANIELLE MILETTE | Dialect Coaching by SHELBY WYMINGA

 

FURTHER READING

Q&A with director Nicola Prigge! on the G7 blog

Which Bennet sister are you? on the G7 blog

AUDIENCE EXPERIENCE NOTES:

Performance Run Time:

3 hours with one, twenty-minute intermission.

Advisory:

Please note that a strobe light will be used for lightning effects during the performance.

Parking:

Parking at the Abbotsford Arts Centre is free but limited. We encourage patrons to car-pool where possible. Additional parking can be found at the Abbotsford Community Library off Bevan Ave or at Planet Fitness off McCallum. The theatre lobby is a short walk from either of these locations.