27th Season (2015–2016)

Pride and Prejudice

February 9 - March 20, 2011 | Margeson Theater

Based on the Novel by Jane Austen
Adapted by Jon Jory

ROMANTIC COMEDY All of the wit and romance of Jane Austen’s classic novel comes vividly to life in this fast-paced and engaging new adaptation. In a society where manners and birth mean everything, can independent Elizabeth and handsome Mr. Darcy look beyond their pride and prejudice to find their true and lasting love?

Dramatis Personae
Mr. Bennet: Wynn Harmon*
Miss Bingley: Sarah Ireland*
Ball Guest/Officer/Servant: Claro Austria*
Fitzwilliam Darcy: Avery Clark*
Mr. Collins: Michael Daly*
Mrs. Bennet: Anne Hering*
Elizabeth Bennet: Michele Vazquez*
Jane Bennet: Courtney Moors*
Charles Bingley/Servant: Walter Kmiec
Mr. Gardiner/Ensemble: Darryl Pickett
Ball Guest/Lady Catherine De Bourgh/Housekeeper: Robin Olson
Sir William Lucas/Ensemble: Matt Wenge
Officer/Servant/Ball Guest: Mason Criswell
Mary Bennett/Charlotte Lucas: Brooke Haney
Ball Guest/George Wickham: Trent Fucci
Mrs. Gardiner/Ensemble: Pascha Weaver
Catherine “Kitty” Bennet: Kelli Rose Sleigh
Lydia Bennett/Georgiana: Kristin Shirilla
Colonel Fitzwilliam/Servant: Christopher Kiley

Production Team
Director: Thomas Ouellette
Set Designer: Bob Phillips**
Costume Designer: Jack Smith
Lighting Designer: Eric Haugen**
Sound Designer: Matt Given
Stage Manager: Stacy Renee Norwood*
Assistant Stage Manager: George Hamrah*

*Denotes a member of Actors’ Equity Association **Denotes a member of United Scenic Artists

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Critic and Audience Reviews

“Thomas Ouellette’s light-footed, virtuosically coordinated staging flows as smoothly as a ballet and has just the right amount of comic crackle.”

“Heartfelt laughs, engaging characters and Austen’s delightful story that takes more twists and turns than a trip to ‘Peyton Place’.”

“Deliciously fun… beautifully fashioned….canny and quick. You don’t want to miss a word.”

“Orlando Shakes puts on staged performance of wildly popular Jane Austen novel”

“They captured the wittiness of Jane Austen. The dancing was entertaining and helped to illustrate the formality of the social scenes.”

“Excellent show last night! The intensity between Elizabeth and Darcy was electric!”

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