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Pride and Prejudice (Pascoe)

  • WHO will the handsome Wickham seduce next?
    HOW will the Bennet sisters live with no income or home after their father dies?
    WILL anyone ever mention there's a war on?

    • Full Length Play
    • Drama, Adaptations (Literature)
    • 120 minutes

    • Time Period: 19th Century, Contemporary
    The Bennet family has more daughters than income and more income than sense. When an eligible bechelor moves to the neighbourhood Mrs. Bennet froths over with frenzied attempts to get her daughters married at any cost -- well not *cost*, they haven't any money, but no man is too rude, no soldier too untrustworthy, no cousin too annoying to be below consideration.

    Beautiful Jane likes Bingley but has no way of letting him know. Lizzy hates Darcy and doesn't mind who knows it. Lydia and Kitty like soldiers and red jackets and the soldiers who are wearing them. Mary likes stationery. 

    Premiere Production: Pride and Prejudice, adapted by Sara Pascoe, based on the novel by Jane Austen, commissioned by Nottingham Playhouse, was first performed in a co-production between Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company and York Theatre Royal, at Nottingham Playhouse on 15th September, 2017.
    • Casting: 7M, 10F
    • Casting Attributes: Reduced casting (Doubling Possible), Expandable casting
    • Casting Notes: MINIMUM - 6 women, 4 men
      MAXIMUM - 10 women, 7 men

  • ELIZABETH
    TEACHER ELIZABETH
    DARCY
    JANE
    MODERN JANE
    MR BINGLEY
    MR COLLINS
    GRAHAM
    MRS BENNET
    MODERN MRS BENNET
    LADY CATHERINE
    HOUSEKEEPER KITTY
    MODERN KITTY
    CHARLOTTE LUCAS
    MISS DARCY
    LYDIA
    MODERN LYDIA
    MISS BINGLEY
    MRS GARDINER
    MARY
    MODERN MARY
    MRS HURST
    MISS DE BOURGH
    MR WICKHAM
    MODERN WICKHAM
    MR GARDINER
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    The Bennet family has more daughters than income and more income than sense. When an eligible bechelor moves to the neighbourhood Mrs. Bennet froths over with frenzied attempts to get her daughters married at any cost -- well not *cost*, they haven't any money, but no man is too rude, no soldier too untrustworthy, no cousin too annoying to be below consideration.

    Beautiful Jane likes Bingley but has no way of letting him know. Lizzy hates Darcy and doesn't mind who knows it. Lydia and Kitty like soldiers and red jackets and the soldiers who are wearing them. Mary likes stationery. 

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