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Pride & Prejudice, Northeast Florida Conservatory

No Prejudice for this Pride-Worthy Performance by Northeast Florida Conservatory

With performances at Mandarin Presbyterian Church before moving to Atlantic Blvd., the presents the classic Pride and Prejudice, running through July 21. Based on the novel by Jane Austen, it is set in the early 1800’s England and is a romantic sparring match touching on manners and morals. It is time when women were expected to marry, because bloodlines – and money – passed only from father to son. An ever-harried Mr. Bennet and Mrs. Bennet, whose life revolves around marrying off her daughters, are hilariously portrayed by  and . The daughters number five: Jane (Madeline Crawchuk), who is heartbroken …

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The Sense of Rejuvenation: Pride and Prejudice at Theatre Jacksonvillle

“But people themselves alter so much, that there is something new to be observed in them for ever.” ― Jane Austen, Pride and Prejudice Unoriginal yet unique, Jon Jory’s enchanting new adaption of Jane Austen’s 1813 novel brings humor and romance to the stage of . “We channeled a minimalist approach for this set design, using simple props and natural shifts for the backdrops. We believe this will accentuate the caliber of acting within this cast,” says the play’s stage manager Ashley Jones. Pride and Prejudice, directed by , runs September 16th through October 2nd at Theatre Jacksonville in . Florida’s longest …

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