A new musical adaptation of literature's most famous society romance: the meeting of the independent-minded Elizabeth and the handsome but enigmatic Mr. Darcy. More…
A tale of two sets of very different lovers and the pitfalls they encounter on their separate roads to finding each other. The mise en scene is early 19th century at war with Napoleon. Members of its intelligentsia fight a war in print about women's duties to maintain family values. By extension, this is the tale of the fabric of the nation versus the nascent feminist movement.
"The show is a dud. Awkward pacing, poorly timed light and sound cues and musical interludes, confused-looking choreography, and abruptly ended scenes lend an amateurish quality to the universe created for these professional actors. But with all the effort and energy that have gone into this big, ambitious show, these commendable actors are let down by the material. 'Pride and Prejudice' is still a darn good story, but this musical doesn’t do it very proud." Full Review
"The great trouble with 'Pride and Prejudice' from a production standpoint is it doesn't quite exit the vibe of 'community theater.' Transitions are messy. The scenic elements don't match. The acting is all over the map...This production of 'Pride and Prejudice' needs assistance in the slicing and dicing of fluff material in order to something of note." Full Review
See it if you appreciate wonderful acting in a creatively staged version of Pride and P. Some slapstick, but overall a magical evening in theater.
Don't see it if you are a word-for-word fan of P & P and can't brook any meddling with the text.
See it if You are a hopeless romantic. If you love the 1800s, you will be brought back to that era through this movie
Don't see it if You don't like romances, this movie is considered a, "chick flick".
See it if You like movies that are romantic, witty, and clever.
Don't see it if You wouldn't like to see an enchanting story about a girl who falls in love with the last man she thought she would.
See it if You are a fan of Jane Austen, appreciate an older sense of humor, and/or love a good rom-com.
Don't see it if You dislike shows without intense action and fight scenes, or only like modern shows.