Sense and Sensibility: A Play
Roger Parsley and Andy Graham have streamlined the well-loved Jane Austen novel and produced a fast-moving, easy to stage adaptation, which retains all the delicate irony, spirit and romance of the original. Left in straitened circumstances when their father dies, the Dashwood girls are forced to move to a Devon cottage, but Aunt Jennings is determined to find husbands for them in London.3 women, 2 men, 2 women or men
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