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Based on Jane Austen's
A Romantic Gothic Comedy
Lynn Marie Macy's hilarious adaptation of Jane Austen's novel follows the adventures of Catherine Morland, a passionate - though impressionable - small town girl, who is perhaps too devoted to gothic thrillers. Young Catherine thirsts for adventure and soon finds it in the fashionable resort of Bath, England. Hosted by Mr. & Mrs. Allen, her wealthy neighbors from home, she experiences her first social whirl amidst the Thorpe and Tilney families while obsessively reading her favorite new novel, Radcliffe's The Mysteries Of Udolpho
Director: David Scott ("The Apple Cart," Turgenev's "A Month In The Country")
Fight Director: Ricki Ravitts
Choreographer: Judith Jarosz
Set Design: Joseph J. Egan ("The Great American Trailer Park Musical")
Costume Design: Jeanette Aultz Look ("A Month In The Country")
Lighting Design: Bradley James King
Sound Design: DeLisa White
Assistant director/dialect coach: Annalisa Loeffler
Production Stage Manager: Shauna Horn
The cast features
Greg Oliver Bodine*, Esther David*, Devin Delliquanti, David Fuller*, Tatiana Gomberg*, Summer Hagen*, Sheila Joon, Megan Loomis*, Timothy McDonough, Tim Morton*, Lisa Riegel*, Julian Stetkevch*, and Sarah Tillson* *Appearing courtesy of Actor's Equity Association
Off Off Broadway Review
"A vibrant interpretation of a classic - Off Off Online"
Rousing, entertaining theatre - nytheatre.com