Finding a husband is hardly Elizabeth Bennet's most urgent priority. But with four sisters, an overzealous match-making mother, and a string of unsuitable suitors, it's difficult to escape the subject. When the independent-minded Elizabeth meets the handsome but enigmatic Mr. Darcy, all feelings of attraction are muted by his pride and her prejudice. As their worlds keep colliding, their attraction increases. But they first must overcome their own weaknesses and many other obstacles before the most famous courtship in history can begin.
Directed by Carolyn Martin and starring:
Mr. Bennet: Ric Sawyer
Mrs. Bennet: Juliana Lewis
Elizabeth Bennet: Mollie McCarroll
Jane Bennet: Taylor Warden
Mary Bennet: Sonja Jeanne Tinnes
Lydia Bennet: Abigail Covelli
Kitty Bennet: Caroline Lewis
Mr. Darcy: Aaron Lind
Mr. Bingley: Devin Carter
Col. Fitzwilliam: Philip Dutton
Mr. Collins: Zach Fellman
Mr. Wickham: Austin King
Charlotte Lucas: Abigail Stinson
Miss Bingley: Logan Tribble
Mr. Gardiner: Richard Young
Mrs. Gardiner: Becky Young
Lady Catherine De Borough/Housekeeper: Susan Sanborn/Tressie Fellman
Sir William Lucas:Matthew Ditsworth
Officer/Ball Guest: Brandon Warden
Georgiana/Ball Guest: Michelle Pinto
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Located in east Biloxi, the playhouse is housed in a historic building at 220 Lee Street, south of the Biloxi Kroc Center and north of the Deer Island cut. Parts of the building date to the 1890's. Amenities include handicapped parking and accessibility, dual air conditioning and heating, and lighted and patrolled parking areas.
Hurricane Katrina devastated the district, and the theatre was seriously damaged. A major renovation took place and improvements are ongoing to this day.
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