Friday, November 8, 2013

Sneak Peak!

Many thanks to Thespian Rachelle (aka Jane Bennet) for taking these pictures! I thought I'd just share them over here to give everyone a sneak peak! (ALL PHOTOS COPYRIGHTED! Do not share without asking! Thank you!)

(Didn't know it was a musical, did ya?) 

(Yup. Totally a musical). ;-) 

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Character Post!

****************For details on performances just got to THIS LINK*****************

Last week after practice, Miss Kaitlin and Mrs. Drennan got pictures of the cast for our 'cameo' shots. I thought I would pop in and share them here, just to give a boost of excitement to everyone. :-)

Mr. Bennet- Father to five daughters and husband to one very silly wife. Prefers to spend time in his study. 

 Mrs. Bennet- Mother of five daughters. Her business is to get them all married as soon as possible.

 Jane Bennet- The loveliest of all the Bennet girls and certainly the sweetest. She never thinks ill of anyone.

 Elizabeth Bennet- Second daughter and best friends with Jane. She is sweet and amiable, but also has a bit of spirit. 
 Mary Bennet- Being the middle child, she is left to bring everyone to some common sense. Prefers an evening with Fordyce's sermons to parties or cards.

 Catherine (Kitty) Bennet- A very silly girl, but with perhaps more sense than her youngest sister. She follows Lydia where she leads and enjoys giggling over the officers.

Lydia Bennet- The silliest of all the Bennet girls, and the youngest. Her love of officers and dances outweighs any sense of propriety or decorum. 

 Mr. Bingley- he is single man of large fortune! Need anything else be said? 

Miss Caroline Bingley- Very haughty and thinks very well of herself. Prefers the society of Mr. Darcy and only wishes he would see all her virtues.

 Mr. Darcy- Very proud and above anyone else, but then, since he is VERY rich, perhaps he should be.

Miss Georgiana Darcy- Younger sister to Mr. Darcy. She is under his sole care and has a timid personality.

 SirWilliam Lucas- Very amiable man. Has been given a knighthood and considers himself a gentleman of gentlemen.

 Lady Lucas- Neighbor to the Bennets. She enjoys talking with Mrs. Bennet about any eligible young men.

Charlotte Lucas- Best of friends with Elizabeth. She is not a romantic and only wishes for a comfortable home and pleasant husband.

Mrs. Phillips- Sister to Mrs. Bennet, she lives in town and hears all the local news. She adores all her nieces, and takes after her sister in silliness. 

 Mr. Gardiner- Brother to Mrs. Bennet, he is a lawyer and lives in London. He is a very amiable man and a favorite with Jane and Elizabeth.

Mrs. Gardiner- Aunt to the Bennet girls. She is a sensible woman and pleasant to be around. Jane and Elizabeth are her favorite Nieces. 

 Lady Catherine DeBourgh- A very rich woman and very haughty. She enjoys telling people what to do. She is also the aunt to Mr. Darcy and Col. Fitzwilliam.

 Anne DeBourgh- The very quiet, sickly daughter of Lady Catherine. She is supposed to marry Mr. Darcy.

Mr. Collins- He is the clergyman to Lady Catherine's parish. Being very grateful to her for her condescension, he enjoys singing her praises wherever he can.

Mr. Wickham- He recently joined the regiment in hopes of securing a good life. Having been a downtrodden man with a story, he enjoys procuring everyone's good opinion. 

 Denny- He is a good friend of Wickhams and a favorite of Kitty and Lydia's. He is a amiable gentleman, but enjoys the flirtations with the ladies. 
Col. Fitzwilliam- Nephew to the great Lady Catherine. He is a very agreeable man and, had it not been for fortune, might have liked Elizabeth much better.

Susannah- Servant to the Bingleys and a very sweet girl
Hill- Servant to the Bennets. She knows just about everything that goes on in that house.
Mrs. Reynolds- Housekeeper to Mr. Darcy. She enjoys giving tours of Pemberley and singing praise of her master.

Monday, November 4, 2013

Pride & Prejudice

A Bunch of Characters Drama

Jane Austen’s
Pride and Prejudice

We are proud to bring a favored classic to the East Mountains
to mark the 200th anniversary of the publication of this Jane Austen novel.
  A story full of family, love, betrayal,
 and.......pride and prejudice.

Friday, November 8th, at 6:30pm
Saturday, November 9th, at 4:00pm

Performances held at the Covenant of Grace church on the north-east corner of
Frost and HWY 344, 5.5 miles north of Edgewood.

Refreshments will be served after the performances.
Our performances are Free with a donation box available.
Please invite a friend or two.......