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By Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Stephanie Breinholt It is a truth universally acknowledged that it’s easy to “willfully misunderstand” another—even someone handsome, intriguing, and rich! Elizabeth Bennet is determined to know her own mind, but impossibly aggravating Mr. Darcy needs a good setting down. Bad first impressions, myriad misunderstandings: this surprising and timely new adaptation is a vibrant take on the classic story. Post-Show Discussion on March 17 & 24, ASL on March…

By Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Stephanie Breinholt It is a truth universally acknowledged that it’s easy to “willfully misunderstand” another—even someone handsome, intriguing, and rich! Elizabeth Bennet is determined to know her own mind, but impossibly aggravating Mr. Darcy needs a good setting down. Bad first impressions, myriad misunderstandings: this surprising and timely new adaptation is a vibrant take on the classic story. Post-Show Discussion on March 17 & 24, ASL on March…

By Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Stephanie Breinholt It is a truth universally acknowledged that it’s easy to “willfully misunderstand” another—even someone handsome, intriguing, and rich! Elizabeth Bennet is determined to know her own mind, but impossibly aggravating Mr. Darcy needs a good setting down. Bad first impressions, myriad misunderstandings: this surprising and timely new adaptation is a vibrant take on the classic story. Post-Show Discussion on March 17 & 24, ASL on March…

By Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Stephanie Breinholt It is a truth universally acknowledged that it’s easy to “willfully misunderstand” another—even someone handsome, intriguing, and rich! Elizabeth Bennet is determined to know her own mind, but impossibly aggravating Mr. Darcy needs a good setting down. Bad first impressions, myriad misunderstandings: this surprising and timely new adaptation is a vibrant take on the classic story. Post-Show Discussion on March 17 & 24, ASL on March…

By Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Stephanie Breinholt It is a truth universally acknowledged that it’s easy to “willfully misunderstand” another—even someone handsome, intriguing, and rich! Elizabeth Bennet is determined to know her own mind, but impossibly aggravating Mr. Darcy needs a good setting down. Bad first impressions, myriad misunderstandings: this surprising and timely new adaptation is a vibrant take on the classic story. Post-Show Discussion on March 17 & 24, ASL on March…

By Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Stephanie Breinholt It is a truth universally acknowledged that it’s easy to “willfully misunderstand” another—even someone handsome, intriguing, and rich! Elizabeth Bennet is determined to know her own mind, but impossibly aggravating Mr. Darcy needs a good setting down. Bad first impressions, myriad misunderstandings: this surprising and timely new adaptation is a vibrant take on the classic story. Post-Show Discussion on March 17 & 24, ASL on March…

By Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Stephanie Breinholt It is a truth universally acknowledged that it’s easy to “willfully misunderstand” another—even someone handsome, intriguing, and rich! Elizabeth Bennet is determined to know her own mind, but impossibly aggravating Mr. Darcy needs a good setting down. Bad first impressions, myriad misunderstandings: this surprising and timely new adaptation is a vibrant take on the classic story. Post-Show Discussion on March 17 & 24, ASL on March…

By Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Stephanie Breinholt It is a truth universally acknowledged that it’s easy to “willfully misunderstand” another—even someone handsome, intriguing, and rich! Elizabeth Bennet is determined to know her own mind, but impossibly aggravating Mr. Darcy needs a good setting down. Bad first impressions, myriad misunderstandings: this surprising and timely new adaptation is a vibrant take on the classic story. Post-Show Discussion on March 17 & 24, ASL on March…

By Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Stephanie Breinholt It is a truth universally acknowledged that it’s easy to “willfully misunderstand” another—even someone handsome, intriguing, and rich! Elizabeth Bennet is determined to know her own mind, but impossibly aggravating Mr. Darcy needs a good setting down. Bad first impressions, myriad misunderstandings: this surprising and timely new adaptation is a vibrant take on the classic story. Post-Show Discussion on March 17 & 24, ASL on March…

By Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Stephanie Breinholt It is a truth universally acknowledged that it’s easy to “willfully misunderstand” another—even someone handsome, intriguing, and rich! Elizabeth Bennet is determined to know her own mind, but impossibly aggravating Mr. Darcy needs a good setting down. Bad first impressions, myriad misunderstandings: this surprising and timely new adaptation is a vibrant take on the classic story. Post-Show Discussion on March 17 & 24, ASL on March…

By Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Stephanie Breinholt It is a truth universally acknowledged that it’s easy to “willfully misunderstand” another—even someone handsome, intriguing, and rich! Elizabeth Bennet is determined to know her own mind, but impossibly aggravating Mr. Darcy needs a good setting down. Bad first impressions, myriad misunderstandings: this surprising and timely new adaptation is a vibrant take on the classic story. Post-Show Discussion on March 17 & 24, ASL on March…

By Kate Hamill, adapted from the novel by Jane Austen Directed by Stephanie Breinholt It is a truth universally acknowledged that it’s easy to “willfully misunderstand” another—even someone handsome, intriguing, and rich! Elizabeth Bennet is determined to know her own mind, but impossibly aggravating Mr. Darcy needs a good setting down. Bad first impressions, myriad misunderstandings: this surprising and timely new adaptation is a vibrant take on the classic story. Post-Show Discussion on March 17 & 24, ASL on March…