Getting Local With Jane


Now through September 24, 2011, Louisville, Kentucky: The Actors Theatre of Louisville presents Jon Jory’s new adaptation of Sense and Sensibility (we understand he’s going to get around to all six eventually). Here’s an article about the play. Tickets start at $10.

Now through October 9, 2011, Costa Mesa, California: The South Coast Repertory Theatre presents Pride and Prejudice. The Los Angeles Times has a fun piece about the play. Tickets are $20-68.

September 29-October 11, 2011, New York City: Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice, A Musical at the New York Music Theatre Festival. We think it might be sold out! Wow! We are investigating and will let you know. We will be attending, of course. WE ARE SO EXCITED ZOMG. Check out the Video tab at the link above–the videos are really fun and you’ll get to meet the cast and crew and creative folks involved in the production. Also check out the play’s Facebook page for more fun.

October 14, 2011, Fort Worth, Texas: If one might happen to find oneself in Fort Worth that particular Friday night (we don’t know why you would, but you know, you might), there is a really spectacular event at the Barnes & Noble in Sundance Square from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.: a launch party and author signing for Jane Austen Made Me Do It, edited by the lovely and talented Laurel Ann Nattress, and featuring stories inspired by Jane Austen’s work and written by a star-studded cast of talented authors, many of whom will be in attendance at this great event! One of those talented authors *cough* is your humble Editrix, who as always will be delighted to meet her readers.

October 26, 2011, Fort Worth, Texas: The excitement continues in Fort Worth. The JASNA AGM will be going on all weekend, and Sunday morning at 8:30 a.m. there will be an author signing with a really extensive list of authors! Do stop by if you will be at the AGM.

November 3-6, Winkler, Manitoba: Flatlands Theatre Company presents Pride and Prejudice. Tickets are $10-16.

One thought on “Getting Local With Jane

  1. Michele Acerra

    Wanted to mention that all 6 originally announced performances of P&P, A Musical, have indeed sold out…but the good news is that because of the demand, it is one of the handful of musicals at the festival for which an additional performance will be scheduled.

    So if anyone tried to get tickets and was disappointed, there are still tickets left as of this writing for the additional performance, which is on Friday, October 7, at 5 p.m.

    I will be at the October 2 performance at 1 p.m. I am a frequent theatergoer, but I can honestly say I cannot remember anticipating any production as eagerly as this one!

    Here’s the link for tickets on October 7:


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