Photo Flash: First Look at Amelia McClain, Nancy Lemenager and More in SENSE AND SENSIBILITY
Curtain times are Tuesday at 7 pm; Wednesday-Friday at 8 pm; selected Wednesday matinees at 1:30 pm; Saturday matinees at 5 pm; selected Saturday nights at 9 pm; Sunday matinees at 2 pm; and selected Sunday evenings at 7 pm.
Ticket prices start at just $16 (previews) and $19.50 (regular performances). To purchase, visit The Rep Box Office, located inside the Loretto-Hilton Center, charge by phone by calling (314) 968-4925, or visit The Rep's Online Box Office at http://www.repstl.org.
The cast of Sense and Sensibility at The Rep is Elizabeth Birkenmeier as the maid, Charles Andrew Callaghan as Willoughby, Kari Ely (last seen in Sunday in the Park with George) as Mrs. John Dashwood, Jonathan Finnegan as Robert Ferrars/Servant, Michelle Hand (last seen in The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later, An Epilogue) as Lady Middleton/Mrs. Ferrars, V Craig Heidenreich as Sir John Middleton/Doctor, Ellie Kuhlke as ensemble, Jacob Lacopo (last seen in Sunday in the Park with George) as ensemble, Nancy Lemenager as Elinor, Diane Mair as Lucy Steele, Peter Mayer (last seen in The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later, An Epilogue) as John Dashwood/Gardner, Amelia McClain (last seen in You Can't Take it With You) as Marianne, Nicole Orth-Pallavicini as Mrs. Jennings, Jordan Parente (last seen in Sunday in the Park with George) as ensemble, Alex Podulke as Colonel Brandon, Geoff Rice as Edward Ferrars, Antonio Rodriguez as a servant, Penny Slusher as Mrs. Henry Dashwood, and Megan Stevenson as ensemble.
he Rep's production of Sense and Sensibility is directed by Jon Jory.
The creative staff also includes Tom Burch, set designer; Patricia McGourty, costume designer; Ann G. Wrightson, lighting designer; Joe Cerqua, sound designer and composer; Rusty Wandall, sound designer; Glenn Dunn, stage manager; and Shannon B. Sturgis, assistant stage manager.
For more information about The Rep's production of Sense and Sensibility including a guide introducing the characters, plot and background on the play; photos related to the production; and more, visit The Rep's comprehensive public website at www.repstl.org.
Photo Credit: Lon Brauer