Main Stage

Pride and Prejudice

Adapted by Christina Calvit
From the novel by Jane Austen
Directed by Marti Maraden
Composed by Stephen Woodjetts

Mar 6, 2013 – Mar 24, 2013
Approximately two hours and 30 minutes, plus one 15 minute intermission

Sponsored by:

A lady's imagination is very rapid; it jumps from admiration to love, from love to matrimony, in a moment.

Call it “mission impossible” for the nineteenth century: Mr. and Mrs. Bennet have five unmarried daughters, and the clock is ticking. When the wealthy bachelor Mr. Bingley arrives in town, Mrs. Bennet sees a perfect match for her beautiful daughter Jane. Mr. Bingley is not alone, however, and the combustible chemistry between the brooding stranger Mr. Darcy and the strong-willed Elizabeth Bennet will soon rock the family's very foundations and change all of their destinies.

Adapted from one of the most enduring bestsellers of all time, Pride and Prejudice sparkles with the mischievous wit and timeless characters that made Jane Austen the inventor of the modern romantic comedy. High-spirited and heartfelt, the Globe's production will delight Austen aficionados and win new fans for this story of improbable love.

 

Nathan Coppens Colonel Fitzwilliam / Mr. Hurst / Mr. Denny 
Kelli Fox Mrs. Bennet
Bernadette Green Mrs. Hurst / Mrs. Gardiner
Michael Hanrahan Mr. Bennet
Chris Hapke Mr. Wickham
Alexandria Hartshorn Lydia Bennet
Dakota Hebert Charlotte Lucas
Lucy Hill Jane Bennet
Lauren Holfeuer Elizabeth Bennet
Nathan Howe Mr. Darcy
Jenna-Lee Hyde Caroline Bingley / Mrs. Phillips / Lady Catherine de Bourgh
Rebecca Lascue Mary Bennet
Daniel Maslany Mr. Bingley
Gordon S. Miller Mr. Collins
Christina Persson Kitty Bennet / Miss de Bourgh
Geoffrey Whynot Sir William Lucas / Mr. Gardiner 
   
Marti Maraden Director
Stephen Woodjetts Composer
Judy Wensel Assistant Director
Charlotte Dean Set and Properties Designer
Emma Williams Costume Designer
Louise Guinand Lighting Designer
Johanna Bundon Dance Instructor
Lisa Russell Stage Manager
Amanda Smart Assistant Stage Manager
Anita Posterino Apprentice Stage Manager
Shelby Lyn Lowe Set and Properties Design Intern
   

Nathan Coppens | Mr. Hurst, Mr. Denny, Colonel Fitzwilliam, Townsperson, Servant
Globe Theatre: Debut in Pride and Prejudice.
Other Theatre: Mugs & Molls Rock ‘n’ Roll Cabaret (Jubilations & Celebrations Dinner Theatre); One Good Marriage (Rabid Marmot); Food For Thought (Evergreen Theatre); Night Sweats, 00:00 – Zero Ante Meridiem, Aloha Pinafore!, Gossamer Feast (Edmonton International Fringe Festival); Extremities (Guts & Guile); Unsolicited Mail (NextFest); The Fourth (Regina International Fringe Festival). Nathan has written a play called Cellar Doors, Secret Gardens, which was produced by Walterdale Theatre in 2008. He is also a pianist, and was the piano player for Little Red Riding Hood (Alberta Opera Musical Theatre for Young People – BC tour). Education: Nathan is a graduate of the University of Regina’s BFA Acting program (2005) and the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training program (2012). Other: Thanks and love to Mom, Dad, Becca, and all the other family and friends who have helped along the way. Enjoy!

Kelli Fox | Mrs. Bennet, Pemberley Housekeeper
Globe Theatre: Debut in Pride and Prejudice.
Other Theatre: Penelopiad (Nightwood Theatre), for which the ensemble received a 2012 Dora award; Hamlet (Geva Theatre Centre); Much Ado About Nothing (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre); the English language premiere of Wajdi Mowad’s Scorched (Tarragon); 12 seasons with the Shaw Festival; three seasons with the Stratford Festival. Awards: Dora Mavor Moore-nominated performance in Top Girls (Soulpepper).

Bernadette Green | Mrs. Hurst, Aunt Gardiner, Townsperson
Globe Theatre: Debut in Pride and Prejudice.
Other Theatre: The Queens, String of Pearls, Medea, Come Back to the Five and Dime Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean (University of Regina Theatre). Education: Bernadette is a recent graduate of  the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training program (2012) and is currently finishing a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree at the University of Regina. Other: Bernadette is very pleased to have had the pleasure to have worked with the cast and crew of Pride and Prejudice and would like to thank her family and friends for all their support.

Michael Hanrahan | Mr. Bennet
Globe Theatre: Debut in Pride and Prejudice.
Other Theatre: Death of A Salesman, The Crucible, The Price, High Life, Home (Soulpepper Theatre Co). Other: Michael is a founding member of the internationally acclaimed Soulpepper Theatre Co. A native of Chicago, he came to Canada to join the Stratford Festival where he spent 4 seasons. The last few years have taken him to Pittsburgh where he appeared as Iago and in several productions in the Pittsburgh Pinter Festival. He is married to actress Susan Henley and lives in Toronto with Susan and their two sons. He dedicates this performance to the memory of his father-in-law Hulme Henley of Regina.

Chris Hapke | Mr. Wickham, Townsperson, Ball Guest
Globe Theatre: Debut in Pride and Prejudice.
Other Theatre:
East of Berlin (Know Tomorrow Theatre); Love’s Labour’s Lost, Winter’s Tale (Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan); The Edible Woman, Still Life (Thigh High Theatre); The Crucible, Peer Gynt (Greystone Theatre). Education: Chris studied acting at the University of Saskatchewan and is a proud graduate of the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training program. Other: Chris currently lives in Toronto, but grew up in Vanguard, Sk. Pride and Prejudice marks Chris’s debut in the Globe Theatre, and he couldn’t be happier. Chris would like to thank his friends and family for all their support.

Alexandria Hartshorn | Lydia Bennet
Globe Theatre: Debut in Pride and Prejudice.
Other Theatre: The Crucible, Peer Gynt, The Odyssey (Greystone Theatre); Five Women Wearing The Same Dress (Thigh High Theatre & Strikes Twice Productions/Live Five); Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat (Strikes Twice Productions/Saskatoon Fringe). Currently, she is based in Saskatoon and in the first stages of creating an independently produced physical theatre project. Upcoming: Alex is touring Ukraine as a dancer with a Saskatoon-based troupe in July and August of 2013. Education: She is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting (2011). Other: Alex is thrilled to be back at Globe Theatre after recently completing the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training program in August of 2012.

Dakota Hebert | Charlotte Lucas
Globe Theatre: Debut in Pride and Prejudice.
Other Theatre: The Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company’s Mentee Artist in Residence; an apprentice actor in Aluasa’sit (Native Earth Performing Arts’ Wessageechak: Begins to Dance Festival). Upcoming: Dakota will be creating a show (Conrad-Roy: A Love Story) with her friend and colleague, Rebecca Lascue. Education: Dakota Graduated from the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training program and is enrolled in the Animakiig/Thundering Voices program at Native Earth Performing Arts. Other: Dakota is the co-coordinator of the Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company’s Circle of Voices program.

Lucy Hill | Jane Bennet
Globe Theatre: Robin Hood, Peter Pan, The Alice Nocturne, A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Mainstage); Dot and Mae: Delusions of Grandeur, Bertha, The Alice Nocturne (Shumiatcher Sandbox Series). Directing: The Fusion Project (2011) (Shumiatcher Sandbox Series).
Other Theatre: That Summer, The Clockmaker (Theatre NorthWest); A Christmas Carol (Persephone Theatre). Upcoming: I, Claudia (Globe Theatre). Television and Film: Renegadepress.com. Lucy is also the voice of ‘Cindi’ for the Sasktel commercials. Education: Lucy is a graduate of the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actors Program (2008) and the International School of Commedia dell’Arte.

Lauren Holfeuer | Elizabeth Bennet
Globe Theatre: Debut in Pride and Prejudice.
Other Theatre:
The Edible Woman (Live Five/Thigh High Theatre); Vimy (Live Five/Bzzt! Trap Door Theatre); Five Women Wearing the Same Dress (Live Five/Thigh High Theatre & Strikes Twice Productions); Still Life (Thigh High Theatre); Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat (Strikes Twice Productions); Peer Gynt, Assassins, Reckless, The Winter’s Tale, Attempts on Her Life (Greystone Theatre). Upcoming: National Fringe Tour of Matchstick - a not very-fairytale folk musical (Theatre Howl). Watch for “Matchstick” when it comes to Regina this July. Education: Graduate of the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training program (2012) and the University of Saskatchewan BFA program (2010). Other: Co-creator of Thigh High Theatre.

Nathan Howe | Mr. Darcy
Globe Theatre: The Wizard of Oz.
Other Theatre: Tree Boy, The Canada Show (Persephone Youth Tour); Vimy, Five Women Wearing the Same Dress (Live Five); Two Corpses Go Dancing, It’s Been Taken, Robots Eating Humans (Fringe Festivals); Buffalos (Tant per Tant); The Odyssey, Woyzeck, The Crucible, Black Comedy, Peer Gynt, Assassins (Greystone Theatre). Upcoming: The Frenzy of Queen Maeve (Live Five); Matchstick - a not very-fairytale folk musical at the Regina Fringe Festival (Theatre Howl). Other: Nathan is a graduate of the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training program (2012) and has his BFA in Acting from The University of Saskatchewan (2011). Find him on twitter
@NathanHowe89 and his youtube channel BzztTrapDoor.

Jenna-Lee Hyde | Caroline Bingley, Aunt Phillips, Lady Catherine de Bourgh, Townsperson
Globe Theatre: Debut in Pride and Prejudice.
Other Theatre: King Lear (Theatre Naught); A Christmas Story, The Merry Adventures of Robin Hood (Persephone Theatre); Jasper Station (Station Arts Centre); Buffaloes (Tant per Tant); Dysmorphia (Ground Cover Theatre/Live Five); Black Comedy, Peer Gynt, Assassins, Reckless (Greystone Theatre). Upcoming: Look Back in Anger (Brick and Mortar Theatre). Education: Jenna-Lee holds a BFA in Acting from the University of Saskatchewan, and is a recent graduate of the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training program. Other: She also co-hosts Mom, I’m a Thespian on CFCR in Saskatoon, a radio show dedicated to local theatre.

Rebecca Lascue | Mary Bennet
Globe Theatre:  Debut in Pride and Prejudice.
Upcoming: Rebecca is currently co-writing a play with Dakota Hebert entitled Conrad-Roy: A Love Story, in which she will co-star as part of the 2013/2014 Shumiatcher Sandbox Series. Education: Rebecca is a recent graduate of the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training program. Other: Rebecca is thrilled to be making her Globe Theatre debut in Pride and Prejudice. As a newcomer to the world of professional theatre Rebecca is extremely grateful for the support and encouragement from the Globe Theatre team. She is also a singer/songwriter, and will be releasing a six song EP this summer. (www.rebeccalascue.com). Big thanks to her family, friends and Michael for their love and support.

Daniel Maslany | Mr. Bingley
Globe Theatre: Robin Hood, Peter Pan, The Alice Nocturne, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, George Dandin (Main Stage); The Story of Mr. Wright, Rage, The Alice Nocturne (Shumiatcher Sandbox Series); Sound Designer: The 39 Steps (Main Stage); Composer: Robin Hood, Metamorphoses (Main Stage); Bertha, By Candlelight: A Fusion Project (Shumiatcher Sandbox Series).
Other Theatre: Wrecked, The Secret Life of the Octopus (Persephone Youth Tour). Upcoming: Acting/Writing: O.C.Dean (Shumiatcher Sandbox Series). Television and Film: Corner Gas, Moccasin Flats, Wingin’ It. Education: Graduate of the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training program (2008). Awards: Mayor’s Arts & Business Award for Emerging Artist 2008.

Gordon S. Miller | Mr. Collins, Townsperson, Ball Guest
Globe Theatre: Robin Hood.
Other Theatre: A Doll’s House (TNB/Montgomery Theatre); The Book of Esther (Festival Players of PEC); Fierce Monsters (The Pop Group); Seven seasons with the Stratford Festival, highlights include: Three Sisters, Caesar and Cleopatra, Romeo and Juliet, Othello, Cymbeline, Timon of Athens, Antony and Cleopatra, The Birds. Film & Television: Suits (USA); Republic of Doyle (CBC); Warehouse 13 (SYFY); Ron James Show (CBC); Covert Affairs (USA); Lost Girl (SYFY) Caesar and Cleopatra (Bravo!) Education: A graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada and the Birmingham Conservatory for Classical Theatre Training. Awards: Recipient of the John Hirsch Award, two Tyrone Guthrie Awards and the inaugural Richard Monette Travel Grant.

Christina Persson | Kitty Bennet, Miss de Bourgh
Globe Theatre: Debut in Pride and Prejudice (Main Stage); The Fusion Project: By Candlelight, The Fusion Project (2011) (Shumiatcher Sandbox Series).
Other Theatre: The Three Musketeers, Pride and Prejudice (Regina Little Theatre). Education: Christina is a graduate of the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training program (2012). Other: She would like to thank her Uncle Tom and Aunt Alison who introduced her to live theatre by taking her to every Christmas show at the Globe Theatre since she was very young, and her family, for their love and support!

Geoffrey Whynot | Sir William Lucas, Uncle Gardiner
Globe Theatre: Acting: Tuesdays With Morrie, Six Dance Lessons ... , A Christmas Carol, Just So, The Secret Garden. Directing: A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline, Marion Bridge, Anne of Green Gables, Stones in His Pockets, Over the River and Through the Woods. Assisted: Disney’s Beauty and The Beast, Twelfth Night, Cinderella.
Other Theatre: God of Carnage (Golden Apple); To Master the Art, Misery (Grand Theatre); The Godot Cycle (Toronto Fringe); Twelve Angry Men (Drayton Theatre); Little Shop of Horrors (Sudbury Theatre Centre); Shaky Grounds (Dora Nomination, Tarragon Extra Space), and seasons at the Charlottetown, Shaw and Stratford Shakespeare Festivals. Other: Director of the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training Program. Please sign your organ donor cards.

   

Marti Maraden | Director
Globe Theatre: The 39 Steps.
Other Theatre: Blithe Spirit (Segal Centre for Performing Arts); Calendar Girls (Royal Manitoba Theatre Centre/Mirvish Productions); Much Ado About Nothing, Othello (Chicago Shakespeare Theater); and productions at the Shaw Festival, Talk Is Free Theatre, Vancouver Playhouse, The Arts Club Theatre, The Citadel, Theatre Calgary, Canadian Stage Company, The Tarragon, Theatre New Brunswick, Children’s Theatre Company (Minneapolis). Several productions in eighteen seasons for the Stratford Shakespeare Festival including The Winter’s Tale and The Trojan Women. Awards: Recipient of a 2012 Canadian Actors’ Equity Association Life Membership Award. Other:  Marti has taught at the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training Program.

Stephen Woodjetts | Composer
Globe Theatre: Debut in Pride and Prejudice.
Other Theatre: Music direction: Edwin Drood, Sweeney Todd  (Vertigo Theatre);  The Producers, All Shook Up (Stage West Calgary); Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Theatre Calgary); Dreamgirls (Manitoba Theatre Centre/Theatre Aquarius/Stage West Calgary); Urinetown (CanStage). He has composed for the Stratford Festival for 14 seasons, original music for the Wingfield series of plays, as well as creating the musicals 9 Months, 9 Months Two, Adam and Eve. Directing: Carousel, The Mystery of Edwin Drood (University of Windsor); Jacques Brel… (National Arts Centre);  The Happy Prince (Hermione Presents). Actor: How to Get Rid of a Monster, Billy Bishop Goes to War, Vigil (River Run Centre). Education: Stephen received his training from the National Ballet School, the Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto, and every theatre along the way. Awards: Stephen is the recipient of four Betty Mitchell Awards (Sweeney Todd, Cabaret, Berlin to Broadway and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels), and a Dora Mavor Moore award for Urinetown, all for outstanding music direction. Other: Stephen has taught master classes at the University of Manitoba, University of Windsor and Sheridan College. In his forty one years in theatre, he has worked as a music director/conductor, composer, actor, and director.

Charlotte Dean | Set Designer
Globe Theatre: Debut in Pride and Prejudice.
Other Theatre: Charlotte has created designs for the Shaw Festival, the Stratford Festival, the Charlottetown Festival, Canstage, Soulpepper, The Tarragon, Theatre Calgary, the Grand Theatre and the Blyth Festival. Upcoming: Costume Design: Our Betters (Shaw Festival); Evangeline (Charlottetown Festival); The Merchant of Venice (Stratford Festival). Education: Charlotte holds an honours Bachelor of Fine Arts from York University. Awards: Charlotte has received five of Toronto’s Dora Mavor Moore Awards for Outstanding Design, as well as multiple nominations in that category. She has been nominated for the Sterling Awards in Edmonton and the Betty Mitchell Awards in Calgary. She is the recipient of the Herbert Whitaker Award and in 2009 was awarded The Virginia and Myrtle Cooper Award in Costume Design. Other: Charlotte has been a designer and artisan in the theatre over the last 30 years and is a member of the Associated Designers of Canada.

Emma Williams | Costume Designer
Globe Theatre: The Wizard of Oz, Billy Bishop Goes to War, Midsummer (a play with songs).
Other Theatre: Decade (Headlong); Calendar Girls (Winnipeg/Toronto and Chichester Festival Theatre/West End/UK tour); Bird Song (West End); Henry IV Parts 1 & 2, Henry V (Royal Shakespeare Company/Roundhouse, Olivier Award-winner Best Costume Design 2009); Zorro the Musical (West End); Richard III, Canterbury Tales (Royal Shakespeare Company); O Go My Man (Royal Court); Ordinary Angels (Royal Exchange Manchester – M.E.N Award-winner for Design); Kool Down (Somerset House); The Fat Lady Sings (Yvonne Arnaud). Film & Television: The Darkest Days, Apollo and  The Continents, Skeletons Warming Themselves, Rabbit on the Moon, Chunky Monkey, Pierre Dupont, Fingers Crossed, Old Street, Nouvelle France, Elmina’s Kitchen, In Search of Myths and Heroes. Other: Special events include: Circus (Take That tour), Qatar 77, Virgin Atlantic Vancouver.

Louise Guinand | Lighting Designer
Globe Theatre: The 39 Steps, Honk! (2010), Marion Bridge, Peter Pan, Sexy Laundry, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Six Dance Lessons in Six Weeks, A Christmas Carol, Just So, Cinderella, Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Proof, Honk! (2002).
Other Theatre: Calendar Girls, A Miracle on 34th Street (Grand  Theatre); The Millionairess, A Man and Some Women (Shaw Festival); The Last Romance (Theatre Aquarius); The Sunshine Boys (Soulpepper  Theatre); Thirsty (NAC) Upcoming: Legally Blond (Neptune);  Tuesdays With Morrie (Drayton); Lady Windermere’s Fan and Trifles (Shaw Festival). Education: Graduate of Queen’s University & National Theatre School. Awards: Dora Mavor Moore Award for Aspects of Love. Other: Louise has done lighting designs for over 450 shows.

Judy Wensel | Assistant Director
Globe Theatre: Assistant Director: Shout Sister (Main Stage);  The Fusion Project (2011 and 2012) (Shumiatcher Sandbox Series). Acting: Robin Hood, Metamorphoses, Marion Bridge, The Alice Nocturne (Mainstage); Dot & Mae: Delusions of Grandeur, The Story of Mr. Wright, The Alice Nocturne (Shumiatcher Sandbox Series).
Upcoming: Directing: The Fusion Project (2013); Writing/Performing: Shangri-La (Shumiatcher Sandbox Series). Education: She is a grauate of the 2012 One Yellow Rabbit Summer Intensive and the University of Regina BFA Acting program. Awards: Judy was the recipient of the 2011 Stage West - Equity Emerging Theatre Artist Award and the 2009 Regina Mayors Arts and Business Emerging Theatre Artist Award. Other: Judy wishes to thank the Saskatchewan Arts Board for their support.

Johanna Bundon | Dance Instructor
Globe Theatre: Movement Direction/ Choreography: A Christmas Carol, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Peter Pan,The Alice Nocturne (Main Stage); Scribe & Gretel, A Thirst Undone, WhyRobotsMakeBetterLovers. Co-Director: Fusion (2008-2010).
Other Theatre: Transceiver (New Dance Horizons: Prairie Dance Circuit); The Understory (York University Dance MFA); Echo & Spar (Young Lungs Dance Exchange); Scribe & Gretel (National Arts Centre: Prairie Scene). Other: Johanna is a 2005 graduate of LADMMI: Les Ateliers de Danse Moderne de Montreal and the Globe Theatre Conservatory Actor Training Program (2008).

Lisa Russell | Stage Manager
Globe Theatre: Henry And Alice: Into The Wild, Shout Sister, Robin Hood,  A Doll’s House, Marion Bridge, Girl in the Goldfish Bowl, Death and the Maiden, Stones in His Pockets, Dogbarked, Just So, George Dandin, Over the River and Through the Woods, Trying, Blithe Spirit, A Man For All Season, The Secret Garden, Honk!, A Guide to Mourning and Grace.
Other Theatre: Shirley Valentine, Anything Goes, The Pirates of Penzance (The Grand Theatre); People Like Vince, Souvenirs, The December Man, Steel Kiss (Green Thumb Theatre); Doubt, A Parable (Theatre Calgary/Manitoba Theatre Centre); Tono, Raven Stole the Sun (Red Sky Performance); seven seasons at the Stratford Festival and Production Stage Manager for the Banff Centre Summer Arts Festival 2009, 2011, 2012. Upcoming: O.C.Dean (Shumiatcher Sandbox Series). Other: Recipient of two Tyrone Guthrie Awards.

Amanda Smart | Assistant Stage Manager
Globe Theatre: Buddy Holly - The Buddy Holly Story, A Closer Walk With Patsy Cline. Scenic Painter: The Wizard of Oz, Henry And Alice: Into The Wild, Pride and Prejudice.
Other Theatre: Amanda has been in the Winnipeg Theatre scene for over 10 years working as a Stage Manager and Designer and has worked across Canada and Europe. She has also been working as a Production Assistant and Director in film and has written, produced and directed a series of shorts in which she was nominated Best New Talent and Outstanding Mentorship at a variety of festivals. Education: Amanda is a graduate of the University of Manitoba with an honours degree in Art History. Other: Amanda freelance writes for CBC’s Manitoba SCENE on Winnipeg Performance Radio. She is also a creative visual artist working primarily with paint, conté and sculpture.

Anita Posterino | Apprentice Stage Manager
Globe Theatre: Henry And Alice: Into The Wild, The Wizard of Oz.
Other Theatre: Midsumma Festival; Moomba Waterfest; Victorian State School Spectacular; Melbourne International Comedy Festival; Knox Festival. Upcoming: I Claudia (Globe Theatre). Other: Anita is from Melbourne, Australia, where she completed a Live Production, Theatre and Events course. She also worked as an Event/Stage Manager in Melbourne.

Shelby Lyn Lowe | Set & Properties Design Intern
Globe Theatre: Production Assistant: Kaleidocycle (Globe Theatre Sandbox Series). Set & Properties Design Intern: Billy Bishop Goes to War, The Wizard of Oz.
Other Theatre: Set and Costume Design: The Unseen, Lookingglass (University of Regina); Assistant Designer: Schoolhouse (University of Regina); Set Assistant: Ballet (Curtain Razors), Set & Puppet Construction, Puppeteer: Kathleen’s Diary (Moxie Films). Film & Television: Puppet Film Set Construction: Kathleen’s Diary (Moxie Films). Other: Shelby will be completing her BFA in Theatre Design at the end of the upcoming winter semester.

 

Photo by Sharpshooter Photography
In photo: Daniel Maslany as Mr. Bingley, Nathan Howe as Mr. Darcy, Lucy Hill as Jane Bennet and Lauren Holfeuer as Elizabeth Bennet

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