Tag Archives: Jane Austen

Romance in the Regency: One Man Pride and Prejudice, a guest Fringe review by Marc Horton

One Man Pride and Prejudice (Stage 19, Sugar Swing Ballroom) By Marc Horton It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single actor in possession of a good story must not mess it up. Victoria actor Charles Ross has a … Continue reading

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Keep making sense: Sense and Sensibility at the Citadel, a review

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca In the Citadel of an evening, you can overhear talk of annual incomes, real estate and mortgages, annuities and entailments, wills and estates, pre-nups. And, of course, renos.  And no, gentle reader, it isn’t in the … Continue reading

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The world of Jane Austen comes to the stage in Tom Wood’s new adaptation of Sense and Sensibility

By Liz Nicholls, 12thnight.ca With Sense and Sensibility, premiering on the Citadel MainStage Thursday in a Bob Baker production, playwright Tom Wood returns to the small-town Regency life into which he first tumbled, without Jane-ite baggage (even carry-on), in 2008. … Continue reading

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