Photo Flash: First Look at Adobe Theater's PRIDE AND PREJUDICE
The elder Bennets are played by Linda Sklov and ADOBE regular Alan Hudson. The shy, beautiful, oldest sister, Jane (Rebecca Dawson), falls in love with wealthy Mr. Bingley (Michael Weppler), while the witty, feisty Elizabeth (Bridget S. Dunne) is at first prejudiced against the proud Mr. Darcy (Micah Linford), but comes to admire him. The course of love is not a smooth one, due to the interference of aristocratic Lady Catherine (Cyndy Noll). The Bennet parents worry over all their daughters' prospects, and neighbors and cousins comment on possible matches in Austen's inimitable ironic style.
First published in 1813, this seems a great way to celebrate the 200th anniversary of this famous novel and a delightful way to spend an evening.
"Pride and Prejudice" opens at the ADOBE Theater on Friday, Sept. 14 and plays Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM, Sundays at 2 PM through Oct. 7. Tickets are $15, seniors and students $13. For reservations call 898-9222 weekdays or, order on line, www.adobetheater.org.
Photo Credit: Ossy Werner and Frank Fine
Bridget S. Dunne and Micah Linford
Bridget S. Dunne (Elizabeth) and right Bryan Daniels (Mr. Collins)
Abygail Merlino (Lydia) right Karla Iñiguez (Kitty); Seated Linda Sklov (Mrs. Bennet)