Getting Local With Jane: High Season Edition


Welcome to Getting Local With Jane, our (usually) weekly feature in which we highlight upcoming local events of interest to Jane Austen fans. Even if your town doesn’t appear on the list, keep checking back–you never know when there will be an event in your town. And there certainly are a lot coming up! We’re also incorporating a couple of upcoming stage presentations of P&P in this post.

November 9, Colorado Springs, Colorado: Joan Klingel Ray will present “Jane Austen for Smarties” at the Kraemer Family Library on the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs campus at 2 p.m.

November 14-16, Cincinnati, Ohio: McAuley High School will present the Jon Jory stage adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. Tickets are $6-8; see link for details.

December 4-7, Ann Arbor, Michigan: The University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre and Dance will present a stage production of Pride and Prejudice at the Power Center for the Performing Arts. Tickets are $18-24 ($9 for students with ID) and are available online.

December 6 and 13, Camp Hill, Pennsylvania: Christmas Tea with Jane Austen and Friends, 1 p.m., Over the Teacup.

January 17, 2009, Pasadena, California: The Society for Manners and Merriment will hold their annual Jane Austen Evening at the Pasadena Masonic Hall, which really begins in the afternoon with tea and then stretches into an evening ball. Tickets for the tea and dance are $50; dance only $30. Preparatory dance classes (advanced and beginner/intermediate level) will be held on January 4 and 11; classes are $10 for a half day and $15 for a full day.