The outspoken Elizabeth Bennet faces mounting pressure from her status-conscious mother to secure a suitable marriage. But is marriage suitable for a woman of Elizabeth’s intelligence and independence? Especially when the irritating, aloof, self-involved, tall, vaguely handsome, mildly amusing, and impossibly aristocratic Mr. Darcy keeps popping up at every turn! Literature’s greatest tale of latent love has never felt so theatrical.
See it if you ♥︎ anachronistic riffs on classics that don't lose the heart of the source. The ensemble cast (in multiple roles) is especially funny
Don't see it if you dislike long shows (it's kind of indulgent with itself) or shows which are irreverent with the classics.
See it if I saw this at HVSF. Another wonderful adaptation that's full of humor and great double casting.
Don't see it if this isn't as strong a show as Hamill's Sense and Sensibility, but still worth seeing.
See it if you enjoy a clever take on Austen, slapstick mixed with rock "oldies", an enjoyable ensemble, many playing multiple roles. Talented fun.
Don't see it if you need "pure" Austen seriously played or you want the period authenticity of Hamel's Sense & Sensibility
See it if you are a Jane Austen and/or Kate Hamill fan; if you like being highly entertained and love seeing stories told and staged in various ways.
Don't see it if you can't deal with adaptations that take some liberties; you don't like to laugh.
See it if you love P&P and want to see a new take! It's absolutely BEAUTIFUL. What a tribute! Also, Mr. Collins/Ms. Bingley is worth every cent!!
Don't see it if you want a classical adaptation of P&P, Kate Hamill has definitely changed a few things.
See it if You would love an amazing retelling of a classic story of romance and family.
Don't see it if The thought of a love story on stage turns you off.
See it if You don't go to shows often and like comedy or shows that don't make sense
Don't see it if You usually always always see shows and expect something close to the classic. This was nothing like that at all! Ur was way to long!
See it if You enjoy powerful ensembles, clever adaptations of classics, and Austen
Don't see it if You aren't familiar with Austin or Pride and Prejudice, you don't have a desire to be amused, don't like old-fashioned story lines.
See it if you want to see a truly funny take on Pride and Prejudice, the Bennett family and all of the characters.
Don't see it if you only want to see Jane Austen works in their purest form. Otherwise, please see it.
See it if You love the original version of pride and prejudice. If you have a good sense of humor.
Don't see it if If you don't like when modern elements are mixed into traditional shows
See it if If you like contemporary theater. Absolutely delightful, funny, clever, talented. Highly recommend for a night of laughter and witty dialog
Don't see it if off broadway productions, Jane Austen, actors playing more than one character
See it if You like Jane Austen and that style of theatre. But also, if you're into farce and slight absurdism.
Don't see it if You are looking for a play that is thought provoking or relevant to our times.
See it if You enjoyed other Kate Hamill productions. You know Austen and can enjoy a humorous interpretation.
Don't see it if You hate farce. You’re unfamiliar with Austen or only want your Austen super serious.
See it if You loved Hamill's recent Sense & Sensibility and Vanity Fair. Same fun irreverence and anachronism, broad humor and upending the classics.
Don't see it if You're a P&P purist, and don't like yelling. Characters were strident caricatures; Lizzie, P&P's heart and soul lacked both heart and soul.
See it if You love clever staging, take-offs of sacred cows, farce, hilarity.
Don't see it if You worship Jane Austen, might not be familiar with the novel, dislike edgy productions.
See it if You're a Jane Austen fan and want to see a humorous adaptation of Pride and Prejudice that maintains Austen's wit but with a new twist
Don't see it if You want to see a serious show or don't enjoy a more clever and nuanced but also comedic take on P&P