Pride and Prejudice
October 12 – November 5, 2023
By Kate Hamill
Adapted from the novel by Jane Austen
Directed by Tatyana-Marie Carlo
The classic love story — with a contemporary twist.
It’s about time for the Bennet sisters to get married, only the independent and outspoken Elizabeth isn’t keen on the idea. Meanwhile, the proud and mysterious Mr. Darcy keeps appearing in the Bennet social sphere, sparking conflict and marital questions. Might a change of heart be in the cards for Elizabeth? In this playful adaptation, Kate Hamill bends tradition and social conventions. It is a truth universally acknowledged that this Pride and Prejudice is not to be missed.
Approximately 2 hours, 30 Minutes including one intermission.
View the Program
Days with a matinee and evening show
Oct. 12 – 19: Previews (what’s this?)
Oct. 12: Live Music in the Lobby
Oct. 20: Opening Night
Oct. 22, Oct. 31, and Nov. 1: Post-Show Conversations
Oct. 27: Live Music in the Lobby
Oct. 29, 2:00pm: Open Captioned Performance (what’s this?)
Nov. 4, 2:00pm: Audio Described Performance (what’s this?)
Previews are the first week of a show. The director may still be making adjustments to the performance.
Open Captioned Performances
For patrons who are deaf or have hearing loss. FREE with admission.
Audio Described Performances
For patrons who are blind or have low vision. FREE with admission.
Video Trailer & Interviews
Cast & Creative Team
Mr. Bingley / Wickham /
Sergio Mauritz Ang
Mary / Miss Bingley
Jane / Miss de Bourgh
María Gabriela González
Lydia / Lady Catherine
Mr. Bennet / Charlotte Lucas
Aja M. Jackson
Original Music & Sound Design
Daniel Baker & Co.
Vocal and Dialect Coach
Fight Director and Intimacy Coordinator
Teniece Divya Johnson
Production Stage Manager
Assistant Stage Manager
Berkshire Edge (J. Peter Bergman)
CT Critics Circle (Bonnie Goldberg)
From the Desk of Jim R. (James V. Ruocco)
Hartford Courant (Chris Arnott)
The Howard (Howard Frydman)
In the Spotlight (Shera Cohen)
New Haven Review (Donald Brown)
One Man’s Opinion (Tim Leininger)
Talkin’ Broadway (Fred Sokol)