by jane austen | adapted by kate hamill
directed by eric tucker
You’ve never seen Austen like this! Called the “greatest stage adaptation of this novel in history”, this rollicking, ingeniously-staged new adaptation follows the adventures (and misadventures) of the Dashwood sisters - sensible Elinor and hypersensitive Marianne - after their sudden loss of fortune. Bursting with humor, emotion, and bold theatricality, 'Sense and Sensibility' asks: when reputation is everything, how do you follow your heart?
- Huffington Post
"Goofy, joyous and deeply moving"
- Daily News
"Downton Abbey on roller skates....Go! Go! Go!"
- Philadelphia Inquirer
"It’s by far the smartest Jane Austen adaptation to come along since Amy Heckerling’s Clueless,
and at least as much fun."
EXTENDED THRU APRIL 10
the gym at judson
presented with boz and the bard productions
by barry malawer | directed by eric tucker
In this tautly written and riveting drama, a white police officer is accused of pushing a young African-American teenage boy out a window during a routine police chase.
The effects of a tragic incident can, in a moment, forever redefine the lives of all those intimately connected to it. This relevant tale explores the malleability of guilt and innocence when pitted against prejudice and presumption, truth and sensationalism. As the former officer stands at the precipice of fate, neither he nor the boy can distinguish fact from fiction, certainty from doubt, guilt from innocence.
previews begin february 11 | 59E59 theatres
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Ben Brantley, New York Times
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Terry Teachout, The Wall Street Journal