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It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife... The ultimate romantic comedy, Jane AustenPerformers Matt Whitchurch (Mr Darcy), Bethan Mary-James (Elizabeth/Teacher Elizabeth), Rebecca D'Souza (Jane/Modern Jane), Alice Haig (Kitty/Modern Kitty/Charlotte Lucas/Modern Charlotte), Rachel Partington (Mary/Modern Mary/Miss Darcy/Miss de Bourgh/Mrs Hurst), Olivia Onyehara (Lydia/Modern Lydia/Miss Bingley), Matthew Romain (Mr Bingley/Mr Collins), Alex Sawyer (Wickham/Modern Wickham/Colonel Fitzwilliam/Mr Gardiner), Kerry Peers (Mrs Bennet/Modern Mrs Bennett/Lady Catherine de Bourgh/Mrs Gardiner/Housekeeper).
Book by Jane Austen. Producer Nottingham Playhouse Theatre Company. Producer York Theatre Royal. Adapted by Sara Pascoe. Director Susannah Tresilian. Design Carla Goodman. Music Emmy the Great. Lighting Mark Howland. Sound Drew Baumohl.
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